"My current work examines, documents, comments, and reacts to the current shifting realities facing all living beings as we all negotiate through the Anthropocene era and other external influences. My work is rooted in hope and survival and reveals deep truth."
Tina Alberni is a full-time artist. She earned a BS in art education with a concentration in printmaking.
She defines herself as a semiabstract artist. Her work aesthetic blends expressive and graphic elements across all bodies of work. Much like her years in printmaking, her process is intentional and rational, but her creative journey flows through intuition.
Her bi-cultural heritage and upbringing weave throughout the fabric of her art. She brings layers together in a variety of techniques and materials to build her framework, and geometry, color, and symbolism fuse to complete a narrative.
Since the mid-90s she has been a business and gallery owner, an art educator and administrator, and a graphic designer. She has served on multiple boards and jury panels and is the recipient of multiple grants and awards. Her art has been featured, sold across the U.S and abroad, and been published in both print and online.
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