Tina Madonia is a native New Yorker who relocated to the Lehigh Valley in 1990. Art works by Tina can be found in private collections throughout the United States. She has also had numerous solo exhibits. Tina has been accepted into prestigious shows such as the Biennial National Print Show, Bethlehem, PA. in 1994, 1996, and 1999. The Art of the State 93 Exhibit Harrisburg, PA. Allentown Art Museum 23rd Juried Show, Allentown PA, 1992. Southern Vermont Art Center Juried Selection, Manchester, Vt. 1987 - 1991, 53rd National Art Exhibit, Cooperstown, NY. 1988. National 87, and the Small Works Exhibit, Cobleskill, NY, 1987. You can also see her work in many East Coast galleries. Locally her work is on exhibit at Connexion's gallery in Easton, PA, and Gallery on High, Pottstown, PA . The artist has worked on many special projects with decorators and clients.
Peggy's Cove Oil 16" x 20"
The majority of my work involves nature. Since I was a child I loved hiking in the woods or sitting on the beach. Either watching the birds or the waves break. I love to paint outdoors whenever I can.
Our lives today are always on the go. It is my hope that my paintings gives the viewer the opportuntity to stop, take a breath,and enjoy.
Tina enjoys creating mono-prints and mono-types. After years of working with different printmaking forms such as lithographs, she has developed a style all her own. To create a mono-type she first paints a picture on a surface of a thin plate which she then transfers to paper using an etching press. These are all one of a kind. The mono prints are combined with another printing form for instance etching and a rainbow roll. This medium leaves a lot of room for experimenting.