Almost Real Things Features Tina Weitz for Austin Studio Tour

Creekside Studio and I are excited to be featured with Almost Real Things as one of 8 more artists to check out during this last weekend of Austin Studio Tour with Big Medium.

“Immerse yourself in the beautiful landscapes captured by photographer Tina Weitz.”

What a great way to end a great week of art! Thank you, Almost Real Things.

Visit the Artists Curated by Sponsor Austin Chronicle @austinstudiotour

Many thanks Big Medium @bigmediumaustin and sponsor Austin Chronicle @austinchronicle for including me in this curated list of amazing photographic artists with Austin Studio Tour 2020. Here is the list of curated artists (well worth clicking on and viewing each and every artist link below!) for:

The Austin Chronicle’s Guide to Art Inspired Beyond City Limits

Robin Winter

Kevin Sweeney

Tina Weitz

Carol Hayman

Vera Schoepe

Ashley Garmon

Westfield Fine Art

Cara Jackson

Bita Ghassemi

Salvador Rodriguez

Also a quick shout out to Creekside Studio ATX for making this all possible.

Art Inspired Beyond City Limits

Sugar Cane Twister RTP1

Many thanks to Big Medium and the Austin Chronicle as I have been selected with 9 other artists to be featured for The Austin Chronicle‘s Themed Tour, Art Inspired Beyond City Limits. Themed tours are curated lists of artists on the Austin Studio Tour that are selected by some of the tour sponsors, centered around one theme and have a special section on AustinStudioTour.org. You can see the virtual selections Saturday, November 14, as the tour begins its first weekend. What a great way to start!

Telescoping Landscapes

Sugar Cane Twister RTP2

The art of the landscape capture has many layered meanings – realized or hidden, from the photographic eye.  It is not until one looks deeper that the workings within the images are revealed. Visual fragments offer traces and remnants of history that are both environmental and man-made.

In this series of photogravures, Telescoping Landscapes, I explore what we see on the surface, and through the artworks, tell a story held within.

Collaborated with Master Printer, Tracy Mayrello of Creekside Studio, Sugar Cane Twister offers 12 photogravures with blue Kozo chine collè a la poupèe and 12 silver Kozo prints with Payne’s Grey ink. A pre-publication price of $600 will be offered for the first 4 prints sold and will be $700 after pre-publication. Sign up for my news to see the upcoming print variations of Sugar Cane Twister, along with the story behind this image. The printed image is 14.5″h x 11″w and offered on 26″h x 21″w Rives BFK paper.


LightBox Photographic Gallery – Fantastic Film features “Skull Meets Bumper”

Many thanks to LightBox Photographic Gallery for selecting my plastic camera/Holga image “Skull Meets Bumper” captured with black and white film. This series Road to 78704 pulls at my heartstrings as these were shot from my days of old while living in a 1938 home and walking my Austin neighborhood full of Keeping it Weird. A review of these images by Robert Faires from the Austin Chronicle can be can be read here. Thanks to LightBox Photographic Gallery and juror, Michael Kirchoff, for all their efforts to make this exhibit possible. On view in the gallery July 11-August 4, 2020.

2 Exhibits @sec4p and @asmithgallery

On Exhibit in “The Still Life” @sec4p

#kitchen #curtain #home

Kitchy Curtain © Tina Weitz

Sending congratulations to my fellow photographers with images in “The Still Life”, opening this Friday at The SE Center for Photography in Greenville, South Carolina.

4/13-5/18/18
The Still Life, Juror Kimberly Witham
Opening Reception 4/13, 6-8PM

The following photographers are to be featured in the exhibition:

Hannah Arnette   Angie Pember Brockey   Susan Bryant
Jo Ann Chaus   Mihai Chebac   Robert Dutruch   William Earle
Malcolm Easton   Vladimir Frumin   Daniel George   Nadide Goksun  Margaret Halaby   Jackie Heitchue   Gea Hogeveen   Susan Kott  Thomas Ladd   Carol Lawrence   Laura Malaterra   Jim McKinniss  Lea Murphy   Katherine Richmond   Wilford Scott   Melissa Stewart  JP Terlizzi   Terry Towery   and Tina Weitz

From the series Pola-Visions reflecting past fading memories on expired time-zero Polaroid film and taken on vintage SX70 cameras.

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