Alexandra Tyng

Alexandra Tyng

Title: Artist

Location: Narberth, Pennsylvania, United States

Alexandra Tyng, Artist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in painting.

Drawing and painting since she was a teenager, Ms. Tyng built her skills by examining the work of old masters, reading about the methods and materials of other artists, and watching others paint. This helped her build expertise in a variety of genres, including landscape, portrait, and figure. She likes having the opportunity to move around so she never gets bored. Her preferred medium is oil painting and her preferred style is realism combined with traditional methods and a contemporary viewpoint. Over the years, Ms. Tyng has shown her work at solo and group exhibitions across the U.S. The most recent were “Brief Window” at the Dowling Walsh Gallery in Maine, “Women Painting Women: In Earnest” at the Customs House Museum in Tennessee and the J. Wayne Stark Gallery at Texas A&M University, and “Painted – Paint – Painting” at the Gross McCleaf Gallery in Pennsylvania. Other notable locations include the Duke Gallery and Susquehanna University in Pennsylvania, the Fischbach Gallery in New York, The Haynes Galleries in Tennessee, and the Butler Institute of American Art in Ohio.

As a testament to her acclaim, Ms. Tyng was featured in an article in Maine Home + Design and her art was been featured in “The Art of Monhegan” by Carl Little. She was also featured in art publications like Fine Art Connoisseur, American Art Collector, and The Artist’s Magazine. Further, Ms. Tyng won second place for her commissioned portrait in the Portrait Society of America Members Only Competition in 2016, the Plein Air Magazine Award from International ARC Salon in 2015, the Curator’s Choice Award from America’s Parks: Through the Beauty of Art in 2013, first place from the Portrait Society of America in 2012, and the Pearl and Lloyd Van Sciver Prize from the Woodmere Art Museum in 2007, among many others.

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  1. Derma sting your first cousin Eleanor and I are colleagues in the DAR in Virginia. She showed me your pictures and I am completely Charmed by your style and subject matter. Would you consider selling me one of the main pictures? I shall be visiting Bar Harbor August 10th through 20. It will be a working vacation colon visiting the Acadia National Park and researching Florence other ancestors, since it is very difficult for her to get up to Maine research is great pleasure for me. I like the lighthouse picture and the one of the rocky Shore. Those are the essence of main for me. Please let me know if we can negotiate a sale. A new fan, Jeanette Friedman

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