Tijana Titin

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Letting Go

New oil on canvas from the Bodyscapes series.
Take a look at it at Saatchi Art.

Letting Go, 2017 Oil on canvas 40x40cm

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Safe Landing, 2017

Take a look at this artwork at Saatchi Art, where you can purchase my paintings, or at my Instagram page, where you can find the most frequent updates from my studio.

Safe Landing, 2017 Oil on canvas 41x29cm

Interview for "Nedeljnik"

Interviewed by Branko Rosic, July 5th

Inteview Tijana Titin for Nedeljnik by Branko Rosic

Tijana Titin

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Hide and Seek, 2017

Take a look at my paintings at Saatchi Art page, my Website or my Instagram page.

Hide and Seek, 2017 Oil on canvas 41x43cm

Monday, February 20, 2017

Let Go, 2011

Recently sold via Saatchi Art, to the collector in Australia. My first painting at this continent!
More of my paintings here.

Let Go II, 2011 Oil on canvas 95x115cm In a private collection, Campbelltown, Sydney, Australia

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Interview with "Politika", the famous Serbian newspaper

on February 12th, Politika Magazin
Interviewed by Dimitrije Bukvić

Tijana Titin, interview by Dimitrije Bukvic

Tijana Titin, interview by Dimitrije Bukvic

Monday, February 13, 2017

Cry Me a River, 2016 (Details)
Oil on canvas 150x200cm

If you like this artwork, take a look at it at Saatchi Art!

Cry Me a River by Tijana Titin, detail

Cry Me a River by Tijana Titin, detail

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer

I recommend this inspiring book written by this extraordinary artist!

A farmer is sitting on his porch in a chair, hanging out.
A friend walks up to the porch to say hello, and hears an awful yelping, squealing sound coming from inside the house.
"What's that terrifyin' sound?" asks the friend.
"It's my dog," said the farmer. "He's sittin' on a nail."
"Why doesn't he just sit up and get off it? asks the friend.
"Doesn't hurt enough yet."

The art of asking can be learned, studied, perfected. The masters of asking, like the masters of painting and music, know that the field of asking is fundamentally improvisational. It thrives not in the creation of rules and etiquette but in the smashing of that etiquette.
Which is to say: there are no rules.
Or, rather, there are plenty of rules, but they ask, on bended knees, to be broken.