TATIANA BLANCH

CONTACT: tblanc@saic.edu (954) 496 0140

Eukaryotic Splendor, 2014

U.V. Excursion, 2014

Lesser Pollinator, 2014

Collaged Text Book Images on Cardstock (5.5”x 4.25” each)

Tatiana Blanch

Jackalope Skull, 2014
Bronze
Tatiana Blanch

Jackalope Skull, 2014

Bronze

Tatiana Blanch

Untitled Cicada Pair, 2014

Aluminum (10.5”x 11”x 4”) and Bronze (11.5”x 11”x 4”)

Tatiana Blanch

Self Portrait as a Dogday Cicada, 2013

Bronze, Bluetooth Operated Speaker (12”x 7.5”x 4”)

A speaker emits the sound of the cicadas song from within the sculpture.

In the Morning, 2013
Mixed Media on Window Glass and Frame (watercolor, ink, wax, oil paint, salt, isopropyl alcohol, Febreze air spray, acetone)
Collaborative painting by Tatiana Blanch & Paul Smith

In the Morning, 2013

Mixed Media on Window Glass and Frame (watercolor, ink, wax, oil paint, salt, isopropyl alcohol, Febreze air spray, acetone)

Collaborative painting by Tatiana Blanch & Paul Smith

Only you, 2013
17”x20” print on matte paper enlarged from 4”x5” black and white negative
Tatiana Blanch

Only you, 2013

17”x20” print on matte paper enlarged from 4”x5” black and white negative

Tatiana Blanch

It seems that as a student, though fairly independent for my age, I receive a more than fair amount of financial support from both of my parents. This is not something that I am particularly proud of, perhaps even ashamed of to a degree, but through this piece I wanted to call to attention the fact that the financial pillow my parents have provided me does not go unnoticed or unappreciated. I am working as diligently as possible in order to wean myself off of my parents aid. This piece is a physical representation of this concept and what it implies for myself.

Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please? Thank you so much, 2013

Artist’s Arm Cast in Bronze Seven Times

Tatiana Blanch

Bronze Beetle Baby, 2013

Cast Bronze

Tatiana Blanch

Breast milk is essential for the proper development and growth of any infant mammal. Humans can be, at times, very peculiar about the act of breast feeding, with some mothers opting to nurture their newborns with formula instead, others finding it vulgar to do so in public, and some continuing breast feeding well into the childhood of their offspring. This fountain is equipped with a strong pump, plastic tubing, and large basin filled with milk. Milk comes up through the plastic tubing, squirts from the nipples of each breast, then falls into the basin to be recirculated continuously. The pumps’ blatantness refers to a woman’s shamelessness in feeding her baby in public. The tubing and tub refer to the artificial, yet still functional and adequate purpose of baby formula. I do wish for this piece to maintain is multidimensionality of concept and openly allow viewers to make connections between the work and any ideas they feel it may refer to or remind them of. My main goal here is to create a conversation and a spectacle. 

Breast Fountain, 2013

Ceramic, plastic tubing, milk

Tatiana Blanch

Untitled Ceramic Piece, 2011
Ceramic
Tatiana Blanch

Untitled Ceramic Piece, 2011

Ceramic

Tatiana Blanch

Colors of Construction, 2013
Digital Photograph
Tatiana Blanch

Colors of Construction, 2013

Digital Photograph

Tatiana Blanch

!NMS, 2011
Silver Gelatin Print
Tatiana Blanch

!NMS, 2011

Silver Gelatin Print

Tatiana Blanch

Cosmaulogy, 2012
Oil on wood
Tatiana Blanch

Cosmaulogy, 2012

Oil on wood

Tatiana Blanch

Piel, 2012
Oil on wood panel
Tatiana Blanch

Piel, 2012

Oil on wood panel

Tatiana Blanch

Ebb, 2012
Oil on wood panel
Tatiana Blanch

Ebb, 2012

Oil on wood panel

Tatiana Blanch