I work predominately in oils, my studies are often in watercolour, my performance paintings in acrylic and my politics in assemblage, bronze and mixed media. Below you can browse past exhibitions.  To purchase available work please visit Towne Square Gallery, The Galley Upstairs, and Koyman Galleries.  Or subscribe to keep up on upcoming exhibitions and annual Open Studio dates.

A Little Truth in Everything. Solo Exhibition. Nov 2016


New paintings, collages and assemblage sculpture that play with the intersections of work and family, tradition and technology, alienation in modern s

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Observe : Converse, Gallery M, Cambridge ON

I am pleased to be showing ten of my paintings at the beautiful Gallery M in Cambridge ON. 57 Main St, Cambridge, ON N1R 1V6 Observe : Converse, Gro

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Counterpoints, July 2015

My latest paintings explore situations where women react and interact, alone or with each other, to and with nature, children, men and the controllabl

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Landscapes 2015

I start my days walking in every season and all kinds of weather. My studio in Campbellville ON, Canada (50 minutes West of Toronto) is in Nassagaweya

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Nervous Wait, Nathaniel Hughson Art Gallery

Please join me September 4th, 2014 from 6 - 9pm for the Opening Reception of my solo exhibition Nervous Wait @ the Nathaniel Hughson Art Gallery.

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Under the Sun Exhibition, Nathaniel Hughson Gallery 2013

I chose the name Under the Sun for this exhibition because of the references to the sun in my work such as in She Stepped into a Patch of Sunlight, oi

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Tina Newlove
CROWD Exhibition, Williams Mill Art Centre 2007

‘Crowd’ Solo Exhibition Artist Statement – Tina Newlove April 2007 My new paintings of crowds and individuals are based on relationship both int

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Nowhere to Land, Roberts Gallery and XEXE Gallery, Toronto, 2010

Nowhere to Land is the title piece of Tina Newlove's solo painting exhibition at the XEXE Gallery in Toronto ON. Tina was Interviewed by: Michael Hans

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