b. 1984, Calgary Alberta Canada
Tiffany Wollman graduated from the Alberta College of Art & Design with distinction in 2013. She won the BMO 1st! Art Student Invitational Competition representing Alberta, exhibiting her sculptural "Pipe" painting at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in 2013. Wollman's work was included in Kim Dorland's curation of "Voted Most Likely" at Contemporary Calgary in 2014. Her "Circle of Dancers" interactive and kinetic installation was displayed at Contemporary Calgary's LOOK 2016 fundraising event and The City Of Calgary's 2016 New Year's Eve Celebrations. Calgary Arts Development awarded her a Small Experiments Grant in 2017. Experimenting with underwater photography to produce a body of paintings of the female form underwater. In 2018 she will be producing a small body of Canadian Winter themed paintings during her Calgary Allied Arts Foundation Residency at Cspace. Arts Commons will host Wollman in the Spring of 2019 to produce a body of work titled Wilderness in their Lightbox Studio.
She lives and works in Calgary with her daughter.