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Latoya Tidd
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • On the Road to Toco
Oil & Mixed Media on Canvas
18" x 24" 

    On the Road to Toco

    Oil & Mixed Media on Canvas
    18" x 24"
  • At the Pier
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas Board
16" x 20" 

    At the Pier

    Acrylic & Oil on Canvas Board
    16" x 20"
  • And Then There Was Light
Acrylic on Canvas
22" x 17" 

    And Then There Was Light

    Acrylic on Canvas
    22" x 17"
  • Togetherness
Acrylic & Oil on Wood
9.5" x 31" 

    Togetherness

    Acrylic & Oil on Wood
    9.5" x 31"
  • Jake
Acrylic on Canvas
16" x 12" 

    Jake

    Acrylic on Canvas
    16" x 12"
  • The Hindu Bride
Mixed Media & Acrylic on Canvas
18" x 24" 

    The Hindu Bride

    Mixed Media & Acrylic on Canvas
    18" x 24"
  • Angel Eyes
Charcoal on Paper
13" x 22" 

    Angel Eyes

    Charcoal on Paper
    13" x 22"
  • Paris
Pencil on Paper
16" x 20" 

    Paris

    Pencil on Paper
    16" x 20"
  • Children's Lives Matter
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas
24" x 18" 

    Children's Lives Matter

    Oil & Acrylic on Canvas
    24" x 18"
  • Shimmering Beauty
Nail Polish & Oil on Canvas
16" x 8" 

    Shimmering Beauty

    Nail Polish & Oil on Canvas
    16" x 8"
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Latoya Tidd

Latoya Tidd openly flouts the Modernist dictum that all art must necessarily speak to the horror, absurdity, and fragmentation of the world. Rather than depict the ills of our society (with which we are all too familiar), Tidd has chosen to portray those rare moments of grace and serenity that enable us to endure the absurdity of our world. What makes Tidd’s paintings so effective is the way she presents those details that are so essential to her photorealistic works. Whether it be a landscape or a portrait, the viewer not only experiences the immediate presence of that place or person, but also feels the unmistakable mark of a unique aura.

The recreation of the character of a person or setting is what makes Tidd’s paintings so entrancing. Each canvas represents something we desire, or at least something desirable: a baby’s face, a beachside view of the ocean, columns of light in a misty forest. What these paintings represent is almost universal. They depict particular scenes and settings, while what they communicate is a mood of perfected tranquility.






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