In Trish Biddle’s “Fever,” inspired by Ella Fitzgerald, a jazz singer seems to melt from the heat of her own song. Biddle uses broad brushstrokes and rich colors with an Art-Deco flair to express the era’s fashion, elegance and simplicity. Initially an illustrator and textile designer, Biddle creates figurative works, florals, fashion images and children’s art. The backgrounds of textiles, ironwork and architecture in her paintings are inspired by her own designs and travels. Romantic and mysterious, Biddle’s artworks are popular worldwide. This piece pairs well with “Madamoiselle.”
Trish Biddle’s Art Deco-style works are a provocative mixture of sensuality and mystery. Previously an illustrator and textile designer, Biddle paints in a style defined by strong brushstrokes and rich colors that re-create the era’s fashion, elegance and simplicity. Biddle purposely hides her subjects’ faces so viewers can imagine their own storylines. Often painting tango dancers, Biddle also creates paintings of florals, fashion and children’s art. Published worldwide, Biddle’s artwork is featured in many collections.