Tranquil Morning, 16x20

Tranquil Morning, 16x20

AIS 18TH ANNUAL NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION

September 28th - October 29th, 2017
Opening reception Thursday, September 28th

JUDGE OF AWARDS - AIS Master Albert Handell

Tonya's painting "Tranquil Morning" has been selected for the 19th AIS National Show. This year, only 175 artists were juried into the exhibition out of 1,430 entries.

The painintg is curently on display at Montgomery Lee Fine Art. Contact the gallery if you are interested in buying this painting.


Stormy Asilomar, 16x20, oil

Stormy Asilomar, 16x20, oil

Open Studios

May 6 - 7 and May 13 - 14

10am to 5pm

I'll be participating in the Open Studios for the first time and I really hope some of you can stop by to check out the art, have a glass of wine and meet the artists. I'll be sharing space with six more amazing artists, whose works are truly unique in style: http://www.stevelewisgallery.com/

Meet the artists: https://youtu.be/dNO4LsIXtpw

Preview and purchase paintings online: http://www.tonyazenin.com/new-store/

Address:
432 Midway Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94402

 


Rocky Point, 12x16, oil on linen. Plein Air painting.

"AIS Impressions:
 Small Works Showcase"
 National Juried Exhibition

March 11-25, 2017
Reception:   Saturday, March 25th

Tonya's painting "Rocky Point" has been selected for the inaugural "AIS Impressions: Small Works Showcase"

Click here to view the video and click here to view the photo album. To view the entire exhibition online along with a list of the award winners, click here.

The show is at Randy Higbee Gallery in Costa Mesa, California.


Calm Before the Storm, 20x24

Northern California Impressionism

Sunday November 6, 2016
Reception:   2pm - 4pm

LIVE OIL & PASTEL PAINTING DEMONSTRATION by Northern California Impressionism artists Paul Kratter and Clark Mitchell
Sunday November 13, 2016
Free:   2pm - 4pm

This sweeping collection of landscapes are the work of nineteen nationally known Bay Area artists.  Organized around the theme Field to Studio, the paintings celebrate the diversity found in Northern California's terrain: the vineyards of Napa and Sonoma, the Sierra Mountains and Foothills, Gold Country, Peninsula estuaries, and vistas of the Pacific Coast.

This sweeping collection of landscapes are the work of nineteen nationally known Bay Area artists.  Organized around the theme Field to Studio, the paintings celebrate the diversity found in Northern California's terrain: the vineyards of Napa and Sonoma, the Sierra Mountains and Foothills, Gold Country, Peninsula estuaries, and vistas of the Pacific Coast.

Building upon the California Impressionism movement of early 20th century artists whose work was created outdoors in natural light, oren plein air, this group represents a second generation seeking to capture a location's color, atmosphere and feelings rather than its specific physicality.  The artist may choose to create a piece in the field, or expound upon and reimagine it in the studio, creating a novel work of natural wonder.

Peninsula Museum of Art is honored to feature such a prestigious group of artists in this exhibition.  They are represented by galleries throughout the country and have been featured in Plein Air MagazineSouthwest, and Fine Art Connoisseur.  Participants include: Simon Addyman, Bill Cone, Kevin Courter, Tim Horn, Ellen Howard, Paul Kratter, Jeanette LeGrue, Richard Lindberg, Kim Lordier, Will Maller, Wayne McKenzie, Jim McVickers, Clark Mitchell, Terri Mura, Carol Peek, Michael Readon, Randy Sexton, Bryan Mark Taylor and Tonya Zenin.  The artist may choose to create a piece in the field, or expound upon and reimagine it in the studio, creating a novel work of natural wonder.