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Tiffany Lovage

Tiffany Lovage

Meet illustrator and fitness enthusiast from Singapore, Tiffany Lovage.

 

 

Tell us a little bit about yourself.

I’m Tiffany and I’m an illustrator born and bred in Singapore. I enjoy working with my hands as I believe it is a more intimate approach with art and all else. I am also rather active and have a foot in the fitness industry and I go between art and sport on the daily.

 

Describe the city you’re living in and what it’s like to live there.

Being a small country where it’s largely a prime city, it’s all hustle and bustle. It’s great to have grown up welcoming to cross-cultural exchanges. 

 

Being a small country where it’s largely a prime city, it’s all hustle and bustle. It’s great to have grown up welcoming to cross-cultural exchanges. 

What is the best and worst thing about living in your city?

The best thing would have to be convenience. The worst thing is perhaps overpopulation.

 

Give us 3 words that describe what it’s like to be a creative in your city.

Love hate relationship. All three words together and as individual entities.

 

How did you start your career in art?

It was a gradual process but I’ve always centered myself in the arts. I hold a degree in Fine Arts, taught art for a good 5 years before transitioning into a more managerial position at an art gallery- all whilst working on freelance work and building a portfolio on the side before deciding it was time to take off. 

 

Were the people around you supportive of your decision on working as a creative?

Yes, I am blessed to have such good support. 

 

What are some goals and ambitions you have for your future work?

Probably Margaret Mee. 

 

If you could collaborate with any person in the world who would it be?

Probably Margaret Mee. 

 

How would you describe the women around you?

Beautifully strong beyond its physical definition. 

 

Were there any local female creatives that you looked up to when you were growing up?

I wasn’t too informed on local creatives growing up so the people I really looked up to for art were my grandma, who often drew flowers for me, and my mom, who was really crafty and made several stitched pieces for our home. 

 

I really looked up to for art were my grandma, who often drew flowers for me, and my mom, who was really crafty and made several stitched pieces for our home. 

Are there any challenging aspects of being a female in your industry?

I think I’m fortunate to not have had any bad runs with gendered differences in the industry. 

 

Do you have any advice to young women who are aspiring to work in your field?

Remember to be self-compassionate and reinforce positive mindfulness. 

 

 

Photos courtesy of Tiffany Lovage.

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