Virtual doesn’t suffice. Tina Ingraham’s paintings must be experienced in person, Portland Press Herald, September 20, 2020.
Behind the unabashed romanticism of her work lies serious skill and technique.
See Portland through the eyes of artists in Greenhut Galleries show, Portland Press Herald, April 14, 2020.
The gallery put its biennial ‘Portland Show’ up online and in its street-facing windows.
‘Portland Show’ offers stunning view of city, by: Bob Keyes, Maine Today
The paintings at Greenhut Galleries capture Portland’s sights and its history.
“Paintings of Portland” documents a beautiful city in transition. by Daniel Kany, Portland Press Herald
the new book “Paintings of Portland” by Carl Little and David Little is a valuable tool and resource. It is a recording of a beautiful city, told through the vision of artists who have worked here more than 200 years.
“Tina Ingraham’s brush with the mortality of nature”
Solo Exhibit reviewed by Daniel Kay
Portland Press Herald, Art Review, September 17, 2017
Photography, Bernard C. Myers and Kenneth Woisard
“Eloquent Observations” by Britta Konau , Maine Home and Design, June, 12
“The Sustainability of Food and Art” by Melanie Hyatt, Maine Food and Lifestyle, Spring Issue (Download Maine Food PDF)
“Artists of the Working Waterfront” by Carl Little, Maine Boats Homes & Harbors, May 2009, Issue 104
“Ingraham Finds Beauty in Bath“, Phillip Isaacson, Maine Sunday Telegram; Audience; May 20, 2007
“Painting the Town“ Kira Chappelle , Portland Monthly Magazine, September vol.21 No.6
“Pieces of the Whole, Deconstructing Tina Ingraham’s work at Greenhut Galleries“ Chris Thompson, Portland Phoenix, December 5-12 (Download PDF)
“A Declaration of Love to an Italian Landscape“ Alexandra Leuthner, Suddeutsche Zeitung NR, 101 (Seite R 6), May 2002
“Artichoke Hold“ Chris Thompson , The Portland Phoenix, December 10-16, 2004 (Download PDF)