Creative life in the beautiful Haliburton Highlands of Ontario.
Tiffany Howe is a multidisciplinary artist who creates mixed media paintings, sculptures, earrings and installation art using recycled materials, found objects, design skills and technology. Her creative vision is based on finding potential in materials, seeing magic in the world and believing in what is possible.
She is an award-winning artist, native to Haliburton, curator at the Ethel Curry Gallery, Inspiration Coach and a life-long dreamer. She studied at Sheridan College in Art Fundamentals and Craft & Design, various programs at the Haliburton School of Art +Designand contiunes to expand her skills on a regular basis.
Her relentless curiosity is fed by an unlimited supply of innovation in the world, materials found in nature, closets, and thrift stores. You can often find her tinkering with the local geniuses behind the Centre for Making and Community of Making in Haliburton where she experiments with new technology and lasers- finding ways to incorporated them into her evolving creations.
Inspiration is everywhere. Making is limitless.
It’s all possible.
Her Studio is a charming little tar paper shack on the Redstone River in Haliburton. It is open by appointment and for special events. Visit the Special Events Page for dates and hours. You can see more about the studio here.