Porter Hall Gallery
June 2nd – June 29th
Betina Fink, MFA, BA, is an oil painter originally from Delaware. Arizona has been her home since the 1980’s, including 7 years when she lived and worked in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and the Hague, Netherlands. While in Europe Betina studied classical painting and drawing. Her studies of egg tempera painting and the works of the masters helped to ground her studio practice soundly in the historical traditions of Rembrandt and Vermeer. The effects of northern light, time and place combined with the artist’s own impressions living as an American abroad helped to formulate a lasting aesthetic and reverence to “Painting” that she brings to her work today, while being inspired by landscapes of the American southwest and west coast.
My artwork is a realistic expression of nature’s canvas, in an effort to accurately depict the value of our daily world. I utilize various mediums of fine art, including: Oil, Acrylic, Airbrush and predominately Watercolor. I enjoy sharing the Spirit of the Southwest with its vivid sunsets and inspiring landscapes through my paintings. My goal is to emulate the colors and compositions of the local community in an effort to preserve nature and inspire others to explore these sights with the same admiration that I have.
There will be a reception for these two artists on:
June 11th from 5-7 pm
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