The Procession was painted over a hot weekend at Urban Scrawl 2016 by Hilltop artist, Tiffany Christopher. Tiffany and Franklin Arts District graciously donated The Procession to Summer Jam West.
Tiffany Christopher of Memoire Arts, is well known for her Dia de Los Muertos paintings; a style that celebrates life long ago and the remembrance of loved ones.
Tiffany is currently a tenant of 400 W. Rich and has been recognized in Columbus Alive and Columbus Underground. Tiffany has had artwork featured in the Columbus Arts Festival, galleries in the Franklinton Arts District, the Short North Arts District and Clintonville. She was a 2014 Featured artist at Festival Latino Columbus and a featured artist in the “Dia De Los Muertos” exhibition in Mexico City at El Centro Cultural Los Talleres.
We’re currently seeking a good home for this art panel and we’re offering it free of charge to a Hilltop business in good condition and with good exposure to either W. Broad or Sullivant Ave. This beautiful art panel is part of our commitment to bring quality public art to the Hilltop, believing that art can and does make a difference in the community it resides in.
If you have a suggestion for the placement of this mural, please send us a note and we’ll get right on it.