Open Studio (Milton Tour 2018) and Fall Musings.

Hello and Welcome!  September fills me with excitement, anticipation and nervous energy.  All those memories of new starts of school years, fall exhibitions  and the cooler evenings get me bouncing around the studio with ideas.

I know many of you are looking forward to stopping by the studio at the end of the month for the annual Fine Art Society of Milton Studio Tour.  Here’s the details from the Culture Days site and I hope to see you.

Milton Area Studio Tour:   Tina Newlove Studio #15

Campbellville, OntarioVisual Arts, Crafts — Collective Creation

Welcome to the Fine Arts Society of Milton (FASM) 2018 Annual Milton Studio Tour, a great opportunity to meet 31 talented artists in 22 locations!

This tour gives you the opportunity to view a stunning array of traditional and cutting edge art within studios, private homes and group displays. Wind your way through historic Milton and charming Escarpment back roads and enjoy the inspiration and creativity of new and returning artists.

At this location you will meet Tina Newlove in her working studio, to view and purchase her contemporary Oil and Watercolour paintings.

Tel: 905.854.0238

See other fantastic artists on the tour by searching Milton Area Studio Tour!


Saturday, September 29, 10am – 5pm and Sunday, September 30, 10am – 5pm
Rain or Shine


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10461 Second Line
Campbellville, Ontario
10 Mins Northwest of the 401/Guelph Line between 10 & 15 Side Roads. Turn right onto laneway, 1st house on the right


Fine Arts Society of Milton (FASM)

The Fine Arts Society of Milton is a group of passionate artists committed to supporting and promoting fine arts in our community, to bringing together people with a common interest in visual arts, and to providing members with the opportunity to further their growth in art and art appreciation. Fine Arts Society of Milton is a not-for-profit organization and since its inception in January 1997 it has grown from 35 to 130 members.


I’m looking forward to sharing new work, minimum wage mushrooms, Dar’s donuts, delicious cheeses (Mill Street Cheese Market), and hopefully great weather for a walk around our labyrinth and a drive around the escarpment. 


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While you’re out and about filling up on culture you can also stop by the Milton District Hospital foyer to see the 33′ mural I designed and with FASM completed


and  make sure you stop at Hedi’s gallery in Milton to preview my new oil painting Learning From the Forest: