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Tiffany Choong

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Kitchen table magazine. A celebration of food

Kitchen table magazine #5: the roots issue

Kitchen table magazine is an independent magazine celebrating food and the community. It is founded and published by Brett Warnock.

My art has been featured in issue #4 and will be in this issue #5 as well.

He needs help to get issue #5 published. Follow link below to the crowd funding page

Do check it out and help spread the word. Thank you. 💕

Retro treats part 2 by Tiffany Choong

Queens Platinum Jubilee series #6 : Union Jack umbrella ☔

Union Jack umbrella

Any guesses which is the rainiest city in Britain?
Queens Platinum Jubilee series #6 : Union Jack umbrella ☔
Acrylic on old Great Britain Road Atlas.

Queens Platinum Jubilee series #5: Corgi in Windsor.

Corgi in Windsor

Who loves dogs?
Queens Platinum Jubilee series #5: Corgi in Windsor.
Acrylic paint on old Great Britain Road Atlas.

I met this little corgi last weekend at Stratford whilst getting soft serve ice cream. He was really sweet and he made the cut to be featured in my Queens Platinum Jubilee series 💕

Queens Platinum Jubilee Series #4 Dartmoor Pony.

Dartmoor pony

I’m really enjoying painting on the old road atlas of Great Britain. Who knew upcycling could be so fun.

Queens Platinum Jubilee Series #4 Dartmoor Pony.

Acrylic on old Great Britain Road Atlas.

Queens Platinum Jubilee series #3 Cream tea

Cornish cream tea painting

Who loves cream tea?
Jubilee series #3 : cream tea
Acrylic on old street directory of Great Britain.

John walker and sons whisky bottle painting

John walker & sons diamond jubilee bottle painting

Happy Queens Platinum Jubilee weekend ⭐👑 🥃
Queens Jubilee series #2 Johnnie walker diamond jubilee whisky bottle painted in acrylic on old Great Britain Road map.

Queens Platinum Jubilee art series #1

The Queens Guard

It’s the Queens Platinum Jubilee celebrations this week and to mark this occasion I started a new series of paintings on an old Street map of Great Britain.

This first one is of the Queens Guard featuring Stewart the Seagull, painted in watercolour.

Hand study #3

Hand anatomy drawing

Hand study #3.
Blue biro on paper.
I think this is the final one I’m going to do for now. I’ve got my hand obsession out of my system.

Hand study #2

Hand drawing

Hand study #2 drawing in biro pen on paper

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