Tiffanie Delune in The Bite Magazine

Jada Brookes, The Bite Magazine, May 1, 2020

'There are many reasons why an artist paints: it could be to express or release the emotions or experiences they have gone through, as a way to get a message out to the masses, an appreciation for nature or something of interest, or simply a pastime that has turned into a passionate and professional career. Vincent Van Gogh revealed he only felt alive when he was painting while Henry Ward Beecher said, “Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.”


Tiffanie Delune is one such artist who has used her past experiences to express her art. Born in 1988 in Paris, France, of Belgian and Congolese descent, her artistry was reset when she embarked on a journey to explore and heal her painful family history through painting. Her work combines a brilliant command of design and colour with a fearless commitment to exploring her personal history and celebrating sexuality, monogamy, femininity, motherhood, rebirth, agency, and freedom.'