Maturango Museum Coso Room
Tina Dille’s Exhibit
Tina Dille's Exhibit
Reception: Friday, January 05 @ 7 pm in the Coso Room
Exhibit: Friday, January 05 through March 06 the Coso Room
Tina says, “I love contemporary art and animals and have merged these passions into my current style that illustrates more than a traditional rendering of animal forms. I am always exploring various principles about animals and/or their impact on us and vice versa. I feel fortunate to live in the Tehachapi Mountains; a simpler lifestyle that allows me to observe and coexist with the natural wildlife and domesticated animals in the area. Not only inspirational, these animal muses allow me an up close and personal observation that I find necessary for my art.
With this amazing stimulus, I paint daily in watercolors or fluid acrylics. When I am not painting I’m exhibiting, and have been fortunate to exhibit in numerous juried exhibitions across California and have received many awards. Most recently this year, my painting “Death’s Messenger” received Best of Show in the Crow Exhibition in San Diego. In 2015, I had a solo exhibition at Lancaster’s Museum of Art and History ( MOAH) entitled “Ravens: Myths and Legends” which is the same body of work I would like to share in your fine museum.”
The mission of the Maturango Museum is to preserve, interpret, and develop an appreciation for the natural and cultural history of the Northern Mojave Desert through research and education in the natural and physical sciences, and to promote the arts.
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