Whimsical artist, Tanielle Childers is a Loveland, Colorado native. Acrylics are her medium of choice for their vibrancy and versatility. She specializes in painting intuitively, pouring her emotion, imagination, and gratitude for life into every piece. Her playful expression of the natural world and landscapes offer viewers an uplifting and heartwarming perspective on the world around us.
She has been mastering her skills and signature style as a professional artist since 1999 at Lincoln Gallery in Loveland. Tanielle’s vibrant collection of work is a celebration of life capturing the spirit, energy, and beauty of the natural world as she feels it, rather than only as she sees it.
She currently lives in Loveland with her husband and best friend of 18 years and two beautiful children.
ART IN PUBLIC PLACES:
• Tanielle was selected to paint a heart as part of Loveland’s “City with HeART™”
program. The heART was unveiled in March of 2015.
“Follow Your Heart”
215 East 7th Street • Loveland, CO 80537
• A 30″x60″ acrylic print titled, “Tree of Life”, hangs in the brand new NICU at
Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado. This print was lovingly donated
by Tanielle, alongside her friends and patrons who made
this donation possible.
Poudre Valley Hospital • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
1024 S Lemay Ave. • Fort Collins, CO 80524
• A 30″x 60″ acrylic print of Tanielle’s painting titled, “Tree of Life” greets patients
and their families at the entrance of UC Health Children’s Therapy Services of
UC Health Children’s Therapy Services • Entrance
1500 S Lemay Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524
• A 48″x60″ acrylic print titled, “What a Wonderful World”, hangs on the 5th floor
in the Mother/Family Unit of Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland, Colorado.
This print was lovingly donated by Tanielle alongside her friends and patrons
who made this donation possible.
Medical Center of the Rockies • Mother/Family Unit, 5th Floor
2500 Rocky Mountain Ave • Loveland, CO 80538
• Tanielle’s designs were selected twice by the Loveland Chamber of Commerce as
the official design for the city’s annual Valentine’s Day card in 1999 and again in
2007 when her inside verse was also chosen to accompany her art.