Our the last day of PrintAustin 2021 and the event has been a good inspiration to still live and breath art during these Covid times. That and nature fuel my world. Many thanks to all involved to make these events work, and I truly appreciate Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas to make my photogravure dreamsContinue reading “Sold! Sugar Cane Twister CTPII”
I hope you can visit PrintAustin online January 15-February 13, 2021, as I am participating with Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas. On view are new photogravure editions for my Telescoping Landscapes series – and Creekside is also hosting a collaboration with Gallery Shoal Creek artist, Koichi Yamamoto. Koichi is a must see! Also, watch forContinue reading “PrintAustin/PrintExpo 2021”
Sugar Cane Twister from my Telescoping Landscapes series is finally near completion! As an artist working with Master Printer, Tracy Mayrello @creeksidestudioatx, I have selected the final edition choices for Sugar Cane Twister (RTP1 and RTP2). This edition will be featured during PrintAustin 2021, January 15-February 13. Register for PrintAustin’s free one day conference PrintExpoContinue reading “Sugar Cane Twister Pre-Publication Sale”
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, IContinue reading “Telescoping Landscapes”
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 AnnContinue reading “On Exhibit in “The Still Life” @sec4p”
I am excited to be chosen as part of the wheat pasting project, Fishing for Iconography in Johnson City with ASmith Gallery. The image chosen is dear to me, as it is one of WWII veterans gathering at the Camp Mabry Texas Military Forces Museum to celebrate a Sweetheart Dance in honor of their service. Continue reading “Fishing for Iconography Wheat Pasting in Johnson City”
flawed: an instant film exhibition featuring juror, Michael Kirchoff, will be on view at ASmith Gallery January 15 through March 6, 2016. I am grateful and excited to be included in this instant (magic) imagery. receptions | January 30 & February 27, 2016 4 to 7pm 103 N Nugent Ave, Johnson City, TX 78636 aboutContinue reading ““Flawed” Exhibit and a Hand-Manipulated time-zero Polaroid Film Image”
I am part of the current Homecoming exhibit at Flatbed Press and Gallery which was recently mentioned in Glasstire’s TOP FIVE exhibitions and art events across the state of Texas. Flatbed has worked with many artists in many disciplines to create some of the finest printmaking in the nation. I am honored to be included. Continue reading “Homecoming exhibit at Flatbed Press and Gallery”
I have been asked to exhibit my Pola-Vision Series on the second floor of the Faulk Central Library during this year’s West Austin Studio Tour in May 2015. Ten large format Polaroid Time Zero print images shot with vintage SX70 cameras will be on display for the tour, and continue to be on exhibit throughContinue reading “Tina Weitz Images to be Featured in West Austin Studio Tour 2015”
I again had the honor and privilege of photographing the Camp Mabry Texas Military Forces Museum’s Sweetheart Dance and Fundraiser this year in Austin, Texas. What a wonderful way to honor the veterans and have a vintage night of fun also. The music was second to none with the 20 piece Sentimental Journey Orchestra transportingContinue reading “Texas Military Forces Museum Sweetheart Dance”
Embrace the tools around you to create your world. I recently used my Nikon D700 to capture an image, imported that to one of my favorite phone apps, PhotoToaster, then saved the revised image on my phone. After that – I import back to the Mac and with Photoshop (on a bigger screen) create aContinue reading “D700 Import to iPhone to Mac for Speaking Your Vision”
I have been making preparations the last few months for the East Austin Studio Tour. Please come and visit me at stop 36.4 at the O2Gallery and Project Space in the Flatbed Building. There will also be Gallery Shoal Creek, Flatbed Press and Gallery, Photo Méthode Gallery and Truman Marquez Studio hosting exhibits. “Pola-Vision” NovemberContinue reading “Pola-Vision Exhibit at the O2Gallery Space”
I am having a great day today, which I have dubbed Polaroid Sunday. My Time Zero Polaroid film, which expired in 2006, still held a battery charge and gave me some nostalgic glee. Click, whrrrrrrr, anticipate – the magic image appears in a cloud and begins to clarify, like a vision in a crystal ball. Continue reading “Polaroid Sunday”
You know her, you love her, you see her bodacious shadow and know she must be yours. Be sure to attend the Women and Their Work Red Dot Art Spree & Silent Auction Thursday, September 12, 2013 from 7-10pm to get a chance to purchase my Aqua Barbie print!
Recently, I was fortunate to attend a fine art and fine food pairing. Evidence of Obsession I will let the photos do the talking. The tasting dinner was magnificent in flavors and presentation. The fine art photo gravure prints of author and artist, Jeff Scott, transpired the bond that can exist between visual art andContinue reading “A Feast for the Eyes and Fine Food”
I have begun my serious countdown for the East Austin Studio Tour. Clean up the excess art supplies out of the studio space, finish getting prints made, get prints up on the walls… Not only is my studio on the tour, but in the same art facility I will be participating in the “Emergence: Transformation”Continue reading “East Austin Studio Tour Nov. 10-11, 17-18”
As usual, there is an abundance of crazy good art available at this year’s Women and Their Work Red Dot Art Spree. I love the large red hanging “dot” balloons and also that I got to be in a nicely curated black and white section of the installation. My art wants/needs YOUR RED DOT! ForContinue reading “Get to the Red Dot Art Spree by September 26!”
I will part of this year’s Red Dot Art Spree and Silent Auction at Women and Their Work. Click on the link above to find out about an Austin event you don’t want to miss. Great artists, great patrons, fabulous gallery and an awesome place to buy art. Please visit my art, thank you!“Across theContinue reading “I’m Participating in the Red Dot Art Spree”
November 10-18 East Austin Studio Tour will be here, I have applied and will await my confirmation that my studio will be participating. Time to get prints and materials rounded up. This is one of my image choices for advertising. Taken with an Olloclip lens for my iPhone 4. I love the feeling I canContinue reading “East Austin Studio Tour Announced for November 10-18, 2012”
A little more editing and a few more images. An evening stepping back in time… remembering and honoring our veterans at the Camp Mabry annual dinner dance and fundraising auction.
A vintage WWII dance last Saturday night at the Camp Mabry Museum annual fundraiser. The veterans still like to talk and dance with a pretty girl and danced the night away. Some amazing folks. I am looking forward to editing the rest of my photos.
I’m excited to have been selected for the “num6ers” exhibit, juried by Carol Watson and Amanda Smith at the A Smith Gallery in Johnson City. Click here to see the accepted images. “Aqua Barbie” is in the current exhibit at A Smith Gallery titled “Alterations”, juried by Jill and Dan Burkholder. A reception will beContinue reading “Exhibiting at A Smith Gallery and East Austin Studio Tour 2011”
I was honored to be asked to select the artworks for the first Texas Wax Encaustic Group exhibit at the Daugherty Art Center. The exhibit installation looked stellar, and we got a great write up from Wayne Alan Brenner of the Austin Chronicle.
I have some things cooking up for East Austin Studio Tour 2011 and can’t wait to share the new Tina Weitz Photography/Studio2Gallery space! I am still working on the wall prep (they were a bit pitted over the years by many a great resident artist) and electrical stuff. Also have some upcoming exhibits I haveContinue reading “E.A.S.T. tours info – stop on by!”
Texas Campaign for the Environment is organizing their 20th anniversary celebration. I will be donating one of my new upcycled pieces, a “Fallout Girl” bag, to the silent auction. The celebration will take place in a store front at the Highland Mall in Austin on Sept 24th at 7 p.m. Tina Sparkles will be producingContinue reading “Texas Campaign for the Environment Auction and 20th Anniversary Celebration”
Things are rolling, next up for me is an opening at A Smith Gallery in a juried photography exhibit on “America”. Click here to see the accepted images. The juror is D. Clarke Evans, President of the Texas Photographic Society. Go for a drive in the hill country of Texas for a nice getaway, stopContinue reading “A Smith Gallery to Exhibit “The Naked Cowgirl””
I ♥ Congress was a busy night in Austin, Texas and thanks to Austin Details for featuring one of my iPhone images from Kauai.
I am so very excited to be a judge for the 9th year at Art City Austin being held April 2 & 3rd, 2011. This is a don’t miss event set on Lady Bird Lake with live music piping in from the City Hall performance stage. Did I mention the local foodies will beContinue reading “art city austin 2011”
“App-aritions” Saturday: February 12, 2011 from 6:30pm-8:30pm a studio2gallery invitational exhibit with 4 artists showcasing App-aritions exhibit: February 12, 2011-March 5, 2011 1700 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 318, Austin, Texas 78704 Leon Alesi Catherine McMillan Carol Schiraldi Tina Weitz *iphone-aphy I love being an artist because you an make up your own words. Iphone-aphy isContinue reading “please join me feb. 12 for app-aritions at studio2gallery”
Don’t forget to visit Art City Austin this weekend. This event by art alliance austin was previously called Austin Fine Arts Festival. I believe before that it was Laguna Gloria Arts Festival. I have been a juror, but most years a judge for photography, these past 6 years. This fun (and visually stimulating!) event benefits The Austin Museum ofContinue reading “art city austin this weekend”