Tina Ingraham “Sight Specific,” Greenhut Galleries, Portland, Maine
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Tina Ingraham “Sight Specific,” Greenhut Galleries, Portland, Maine

Portland Press Herald Arts Review by Jorge S. Arango, September 20, 2020  Virtual doesn’t suffice. Tina Ingraham’s paintings must be experienced in personBehind the unabashed romanticism of her work lies serious skill and technique.  Following is an excerpt from the review. “Exhibition materials quote her as saying, “A look through a viewfinder divides my vision of…

“Tina Ingraham’s brush with the mortality of nature“
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“Tina Ingraham’s brush with the mortality of nature“

Portland Press Herald Arts Review, September 17, 2017It follows in part… “Art review: Tina Ingraham’s brush with the mortality of natureThe landscape painter’s autumnal palette is on view at Greenhut Galleries in Portland. By Daniel Kany Tina Ingraham’s “Rocks, Trees, Sand & Sea: Popham to Blue Hill” at Greenhut Galleries is an exhibition of handsome…

Figures and Landscapes: Tina Ingraham and Kate Emlen, Thos. Moser Gallery in Freeport, Winter 2015 art exhibition
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Figures and Landscapes: Tina Ingraham and Kate Emlen, Thos. Moser Gallery in Freeport, Winter 2015 art exhibition

The Thos. Moser Gallery in Freeport, Maine is pleased to announce its winter 2015 art exhibition, Figures and Landscapes:  Tina Ingraham and Kate Emlen.  The public is invited to an artists’ opening reception on January 22, 2015 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The group exhibition highlights figures and landscapes from prominent Maine artists.  The…

Painting the Town
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Painting the Town

Tina Ingraham painting plein air has been a common sight at the harbor Fish Market since the eighties when she painted the scene in watercolor. “I’ve walked all around Portland. But I always keep coming back here.” When Ingraham, a working artist who resides in Bath, paints the waterfront buildings these days, she’s taken back…

A Declaration of Love to an Italian Landscape
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A Declaration of Love to an Italian Landscape

“Liebeserklarung an einen italienischen Landshich”“A Declaration of Love to an Italian Landscape” Walking on the crest between comprehensible reality and disintegration of structures, her pictures are abstract and real at the same time.  They copy what is there and at the same time what is in one’s imagination.  She felt the peace of her soul…