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ADVANCING THE ARTS ACROSS MARYLAND

TINA THIEME BROWN

TINA THIEME BROWN

Artist Work

PineViewWinter
February 2013
Mixed Media
304 x 360 KB
Sugarloaf Mtn. Winter View
Nov. 2012
Mixed media
400 x 421 kb
Persimmon Oil Ptg.
December 2011
oil
432 x 419 kb
Royal Fern 72 d[i
March, 2011
Mixed Media
432 x 535 pixels
Liriodendron tulipfera
2001-2011
Color Pencil
26" x 28"
Sugarloaf Mountain Cow
2005
Oil Painting
11 x 14 inches

Artist Information

County
Montgomery County
Artistic Category

Visual Arts

Artist Statement

Tina’s art reflects a passion for nature. Her art studio is located in Montgomery County’s Agricultural Reserve, within view of Sugarloaf Mountain. She works in a variety of media: Color Pencil and Pen/Ink drawing, Watercolor and Oil painting, Printmaking, Field Art Journaling and leads naturalist hikes on Sugarloaf. Tina uses her art as a means of connecting people to nature. Her drawings and paintings explore the intimate details found in the plants and animals found in our forests and fields. She leads naturalist hikes for Audubon Naturalist Society on Sugarloaf Mountain several times a year. Her art studio, ‘Morningstar’ is open three times a year on the Countryside Artisans Studio Tour. She teaches art at Walden Pond, botanical art at the U.S. Botanic Garden, and teaches art workshops for young people at nature centers and local schools. Over the years a commitment to protecting habitats from the tropics to the tundra has focused her art in field stations, from the Tropical Rainforests in Costa Rica to the Alaska coastline following the Exxon Valdez oil spill.  These days she lives and works in the shadow of Sugarloaf Mountain, Maryland, drawing and painting the plants, animals and patchwork fields found in her own backyard. Tina’s art reflects a passion for nature. Her art studio is located in Montgomery County’s Agricultural Reserve, within view of Sugarloaf Mountain. She works in a variety of media: Color Pencil and Pen/Ink drawing, Watercolor and Oil painting, Printmaking, Field Art Journaling and leads naturalist hikes on Sugarloaf. Tina uses her art as a means of connecting people to nature. Her drawings and paintings explore the intimate details found in the plants and animals found in our forests and fields. She leads naturalist hikes for Audubon Naturalist Society on Sugarloaf Mountain several times a year. Her art studio, ‘Morningstar’ is open three times a year on the Countryside Artisans Studio Tour. She teaches art at Walden Pond, botanical art at the U.S. Botanic Garden, and teaches art workshops for young people at nature centers and local schools. Over the years a commitment to protecting habitats from the tropics to the tundra has focused her art in field stations, from the Tropical Rainforests in Costa Rica to the Alaska coastline following the Exxon Valdez oil spill.  These days she lives and works in the shadow of Sugarloaf Mountain, Maryland, drawing and painting the plants, animals and patchwork fields found in her own backyard. 

Artist Bio

Tina Thieme Brown
Morningstar Art Studio open seasonally on the Countryside Artisans Studio Tour.

Coauthored and Illustrated:Tina Thieme Brown
Morningstar Art Studio open seasonally on the Countryside Artisans Studio Tour.

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