Tiffany Fang is an artist from New Jersey who creates graphite drawings that are evocative of psychological spaces. The drawings use abstract but organic forms, some resembling running dogs or a blossoming flower. Her work is rooted in her experiences as an Asian American living in COVID times.

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Tiffany Fang is an artist from New Jersey who creates graphite drawings that are evocative of psychological spaces. The drawings use abstract but organic forms, some resembling running dogs or a blossoming flower. Her work is rooted in her experiences as an Asian American living in COVID times. For her drawings, she uses the contour of the drawing as a tool of drawing, and it is the drawing that gives the drawings their distinctive feel.The drawings are made up of several elements. The first is a graph paper, which Fang uses to make the drawings. It is bound with a ribbon that she holds in each hand, and it is here that Fangs work is most evident. She uses the paper as a brush, and she uses it to draw lines. The drawings are made up of straight lines, which are interrupted by marks that blur into one another and that are suggestive of a space. In one drawing, the lines are drawn in two different directions, one into the paper and the other out of it. This suggests that the lines are two-dimensionally drawn, and that they are drawn in the same way as the lines in the drawings. In another drawing, a line of a different direction is drawn on the paper, and a line that is not a line is drawn over it. The drawing is thus a space of discontinuity. The lines are drawn in the same way as the lines in the drawings. The lines are also interrupted by the marks of a larger gesture, and it is this gesture that is the source of the conflict in the drawings.The most successful drawings are those in which the lines and marks of the larger gesture are joined by a single line of black ink. The black marks are more fluid than the lines, and they are less arbitrary than the marks in the drawings. The black marks are also more regular than the lines. They are also more like the lines, which are made up of a series of irregular and irregularly twisted lines. In some drawings, the black marks are more irregular than the lines, and they overlap the lines. In others, the marks are not irregular but are more like the lines. In one drawing, the black lines are drawn in a straight line, but they are also irregular.

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Tiffany Fang is an artist from New Jersey who creates graphite drawings that are evocative of psychological spaces. The drawings use abstract but organic forms, some resembling running dogs or a blossoming flower. Her work is rooted in her experiences as an Asian American living in COVID times. In these works, she uses a basic, medium-scale drawing medium that allows her to make abstract gestures and references to her own Asian heritage, while also allowing her to retain her own perspective.The artist has drawn female figures in various states of undress, and the figures have been painted in a range of muted colors. The figures are often posed against a neutral background. Occasionally, they are also placed against a background of geometric shapes. The drawings are often composed of multiple panels, and the viewer is invited to identify individual panels by moving his or her finger between the canvas surface and the paper surface. The drawing is often difficult to read, and the viewer is reminded of the fact that this is a medium that is often difficult to draw, and is often used for signs that are often inaudible. The drawings are often composed of layers of black and white, and the black and white of the drawing is often in direct contrast to the white of the backgrounds. The drawings are often composed of multiple panels, and the viewer is invited to identify individual panels by moving his or her finger between the canvas surface and the paper surface. The drawings are often difficult to read, and the viewer is reminded of the fact that this is a medium that is often difficult to draw, and is often used for signs that are often inaudible. The drawings are often composed of layers of black and white, and the viewer is invited to identify individual panels by moving his or her finger between the canvas surface and the paper surface. The drawings are often difficult to read, and the viewer is reminded of the fact that this is a medium that is often difficult to draw, and is often used for signs that are often inaudible. The drawings are often composed of layers of black and white, and the viewer is invited to identify individual panels by moving his or her finger between the canvas surface and the paper surface.

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Her drawings are often made with a pencil, but she also uses the paper as a brush. The color is often gray, and the lines are often more delicate, more delicate than they would be in a brush. The drawings are often made with black pencils, which add a touch of lightness and a feeling of transience to the abstract figures. The drawings are often made with small brushes and then painted with a palette knife. The palette knife also gives the drawings a feeling of spontaneity.In these drawings, Fang uses the black palette knife to bring out the weightlessness of the figures, to emphasize the fleeting nature of their presence. It is as if she were drawing with a brush that had never been used before. The delicate lines of the drawings are often painted over with charcoal, creating a soft, almost airy quality. It is as if Fang were attempting to create a space that would feel more real and less abstract. Her drawings suggest that the past can be a space in which we are at ease and can participate with others.

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Her drawings are a reflection on the intersections of power and identity in the modern world. In this work, she explores the complex relationship between the body and the market, the body and the art world.

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Tiffany Fang is an artist from New Jersey who creates graphite drawings that are evocative of psychological spaces. The drawings use abstract but organic forms, some resembling running dogs or a blossoming flower. Her work is rooted in her experiences as an Asian American living in COVID times. The drawings are about the artist, her past, and her experiences as an Asian American. The forms are abstracted to give an illusion of space and depth. They become metaphors for the body and a way of seeing the world. They are a kind of meditation on the body and its experiences. Fangs drawings are not abstract, however. They are, in fact, made up of a series of rectangles, and each drawing consists of a number of lines, a few of which are drawn in a different color. The lines are not monochromatic. They are discrete and each one is framed by a small square of space. The drawings are not abstract. They are abstracted. In fact, they are not abstract, but rather, in the most literal sense, they are about bodies. They are about seeing and experiencing bodies.In the end, however, it is the drawings that are most affecting, and this is where the paintings come in. The drawings are the most direct, and also the most difficult. They are not as beautiful as the paintings, but they are not inferior to them. They are more visceral and less sentimental. They are more visceral. They are more emotional. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract. They are not abstract.

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