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Fine Art (Acrylic Painting)   20 x 30 x 1   $450.00    http://tinachristian...  


Tina Christiansen is a water media artist who is fascinated with the play of light on the human figure, the earth and the sea.
Her watercolor and acrylic paintings exhibit a strong sense of color, composition and form.
She has been a fine art painter professionally for 40 years.
She is an artist and a registered architect who resides in Coronado during the winter and in Oak Harbor, Washington during the summer.
She holds a Master of Architecture from Virginia Tech and a Bachelor of Architecture and Environmental Design from the University of Florida.
Her work is exhibited at the Coronado Historic Museum and Art Store, and at various outdoor locations in Coronado, California.
Her work is held in the collections of major corporations, and private collectors throughout the US.
Her on line gallery is at
Her silk art scarves are sold at several resorts in California and in Washington at museum art stores.

She has held one woman shows in recent years at Chase Bank Coronado, City of Solana Beach Art Gallery, Sno Isle Libraries of Washington, and the Hotel Solamar in downtown San Diego. Two digital prints of her paintings "Tahitian Black Tipped Reef Sharks" and "Pargo" sized 30 feet high by 50 feet long are displayed as a part of the PETCO corporate art collection at its corporate headquarters in San Diego.

From 2009-2011 she owned and operated the Tina Christiansen art gallery at First and Orange Streets in Coronado where she painted, sold her art and that of other local artists, and also taught art. .

She has volunteered and been a part of the visual artists working group which reports to the City of Coronado Cultural Arts Commission since its inception 1in 2013. She supported the Commission's work efforts to open up several venues for visual artists including the C3 Gallery, Summer Outdoor Arts events, the Coronado Library gallery and has volunteered to do live painting exhibitions at several Commission sponsored cultural events.