Friday, May 22, 2009

Sheila Tintera May 24th-July llth

In 1969 Sheila began her art studies at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, followed by several years at Silvermine School of Art in Norwalk. She has studied at NY Botanical Gardens, Southern Ct State University, Washington Art Assoc, and Wooster Center for the Arts. Her work has been included in group exhibitions from The Downstairs Gallery at The Firehouse in New Milford, The Firenze Gallery, and Cooley Gallery to The Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA to her most recent, at Studio 889, Bronx NY. In 2007 Sheila received Honorable Mention, in the Exhibition A Sense of Place here at Hunt Hill Farm, The Silo Gallery. She is both oil painter and printmaker. In June she will begin The Henderson Cultural Center’s Artist In Residency program and is presently in the prestigious Critique held by Yale School of Art Professor, Barbara Grossman. This show will feature her works in oil of several still lifes and the surrounding New England landscape

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