Spring Art Salon with Tina Palmer to Benefit NNEDV
March 18, 2013
You Are Invited to a Spring Art Salon with
Nationally Acclaimed Artist Tina Palmer
Named one of the Top 50 Emerging Artists of 2012 by Art Business News, Tina Palmer's career continues to grow in popularity among collectors. Please join us for relaxed networking with collectors, and the exciting unveiling of the newest Tina Palmer series, Cherry Blossoms on the Potomac. Enjoy Hors d'oeuvres by Purple Onion Catering Company, a live flute duo, and a special tasting by Leopold Brothers, the award winning small batch distillery out of Denver, CO. There will be a door prize drawing for a 2 night stay in Old Town Alexandria and fantastic silent auction items.
Join us Wednesday, March 20th or explore her website to see why this artist year after year continues to be one of the top selling living female artists in the United States.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
5:30 - 8:30 PM
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Signature Store
1526 14th Street NW
Ms. Debra C. Chandler, Member
NNEDV Board of Directors
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Signature Stores
Chandler and Associates, LLC and Transamerica Financial Advisors, Inc.
Passed hors d'oeuvres by:
Purple Onion Catering Company
About the Artist:
Like many artists, Tina always had a true interest in painting from early childhood. Watching her father paint and draw always got her attention. She was the kid that school teacher's would call on for creating bulletin boards for holidays, etc. And art teachers entered her works in adult shows throughout high school.
After attending college for two years studying graphic design, she started her own Bridal Boutique business, a Men's Custom Suit business and a custom framing business. Then, she settled down to raise two children. After all of that the opportunity came along to start painting for a gallery. She painted 11x14 hearts that sold faster than she could paint them for two years.
Then it was time to paint something new. Landscapes became her next fast selling creations, based on a tree theme with intense glows and rich colors. These original paintings sold at a steady pace for a good eight years.
Wanting to try other subjects and styles, Tina has spent the past two years painting lots of different things. This has led to the latest work revolving around moody scenes of people with umbrellas going about their daily lives. After years of stating that she doesn't paint people she felt the need to capture the essence of random people without unnecessary details. Tina feels in these latest works she can say more with less. s Edgar Degas once said, "In a painting, if you make your meaning perfectly clear you end up boring people."
- Visit Tina's website to learn more and see her portfolio.