My name is Tiffany Marcum, and I was born in the Appalachian Mountains. I am a self-taught artist and contributing writer on art, comedy, language, and mental health topics.
I studied Social Sciences, while also taking creative writing and art courses such as “Art for Education”, “Art Appreciation”, and “Art History”.
I expanded my practice creating wax panels, timed drawing and shading exercises, mosaics, hand mixing colors, pop art comic panels, art for the classroom, and collage. I love to incorporate symbolism and social issues into my artwork.
In 2006, I won the Billie and Curtis Owens Award in Fiction. In 2010, I won the Friends of Weaverville Library Essay Contest.
In 2013 I took part in an employee art gallery, where I showed 2 original paintings.
In 2019 I was invited to a viewing at the Cynthia Corbett Gallery in Miami, Florida.
“Tales From Sabbatical- A Postcard From Behavioral Healthcare“
My Career Memoir is COMING SOON! This is a bit of a teaser for my cover. And yes, that’s me!
“…Tales From Sabbatical will leave you with a heightened awareness of the somewhat fragile human condition, the silent killer of compassion fatigue, and hope to rebuild from tragedy, along with resources for help…”
Never trust a bad smell or scream.
Sociology homework before my first writing contest win. Everyone needs this level of encouragement! I’m on it, Dr. Denham!
For updates on my upcoming book release and collaboration pitches, send me a message today!
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