Paula Tipton-Healy "Integrity"
Paula's first painting tutelage came while living in San Juan Cosala, Mexico with local, renowned master Isidro C. Xilonzochitl, Xilotl. Her mixed media pieces, oils and acrylics are found exhibited both in the U.S. And Mexico.
“I grew up heavily influenced by the Southern ways of my Mother and many years spent as a Midwife delivering babies. I feel that the art of midwifery led me to my art with paint, canvas, and other materials. In a need to communicate visually, I am able to express the emotions and narrative behind the complexity and beauty of the cycle of life.”
”Integrity” is original artwork done in clay.
The piece itself measures 3¼”x 3” and it is currently framed with double matting in aqua and burgundy under a glare resistant glass with a black frame. With the frame the measurements are 13¼” x 12¼”