Approved: 11.02.2022

Tina Rogers

Art historian, Artist, Lecturer / academic, Maker, Project manager, Writer

Approved: 11.02.2022

Tina is a self-taught, emerging artist from a small mining village in North Wales. 
Her current work explores body image and lived experience as a disabled woman through language and figurative work, challenging the perceptions of the representation of the female body.

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    Artist Statement

    Tina is a self-taught, emerging artist from a small mining village in North Wales. 
    Her current work explores body image and lived experience as a disabled woman through language and figurative work, challenging the perceptions of the representation of the female body.

    Through an almost subconscious process, images unfold on the page referencing biographical memories.
    Tina sometimes applies text that connects to particular visual image and employs a wide variety of techniques to explore this through oils, acrylic & drawing inks, pens, and a variety of mixed media. 

    Tina is an advisor to Disability Arts Cymru (DAC) and has recently worked with doctorate student, Prea Kaur at Keele University whose research explores generational trauma and the Indian diaspora in England.

     

     

     

    CV & Education

    Tina Rogers

    Mixed Media Artist
     

     email: [email protected]   www.artbytinar.co.uk   Instagram @ArtByTinaR
     

    Tina is a self-taught, emerging artist from a small mining village in North Wales.  Not constrained by one particular artistic style, she employs a wide variety of techniques using Oils, acrylic, acrylic & drawing inks, pens, and a variety of mixed media.  
    Tina has developed an impressionistic and expressive style of painting and drawing which centres mainly on creating artwork of her favourite subject - people.

    Tina is proud to be an advisor to Disability Arts Cymru (DAC).

     

    Education

    BA Hons History & Media 1996 – 1999

    Bsc Hons Science (Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture) 2005 – 2008

    ART

    Mentored by

    Lisa Carter-Grist
    Rachel Gadson
    Soroya French
    Jake Spicer
    Jood Gough
    Ian Fennelly

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    Exhibitions

    2018 Solo Exhibition Café Wylfa ‘Miners’

    2018 Solo Exhibition Chirk Library ‘Plant’. (Kids)

    2019 Group Exhibition Willow Gallery ‘Portraits

    2019 Group Exhibition Plas Newydd ‘Folk Tales from Wales’

    2019 Group Exhibition Café Wylfa ‘Greenside Artists’

    2021 Group Exhibition Aberystwyth Arts Centre ‘Oriel Lockdown’

    2021 Group Exhibition The Qube, Oswestry. Qube Arts Open

    2021 Group Exhibition Keele University ‘Three Counties’ Arts open

    2021 Our Picturesque Landscape Community Collaborative Art Project. Denbighshire Council

    2021 Ruma Ripa Yogyakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia.

     

    Awards

    Recipient of a SANE award February 2022

    Recipient of the Jerwood Arts 1-1 fund December 2021

    Finalist in Aberystwyth Arts Centre ‘Oriel Lockdown’ 2021

    Finalist in Qube Art’s open 2021 Viewer’s Choice award (second place)

    Winner of Keele University’s ‘Three Counties’ Open art show 2021
    Viewer’s Choice award.

    Finalist in DAC’s ‘Outdoors: Indoors’ 2020

    Tina has been a participant/advisor in the following:

    GALWAD
    produced by Collective Cymru, is a project commissioned by Creative Wales as part of ‘UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK’ Tina took part in this enterprise for 5 days as a ‘world builder’.
    Home | GALWAD

    National Museum of Wales
    Workshop participant about MoW new digital Arts Website
    Homepage | Amgueddfa Cymru | National Museum Wales

    UN Charter Disability Rights
    ‘Bring Us Our Creative Rights: Disabled People’s Cultural and International Manifesto’
    DAC Focus group.
    Article 30 – Participation in cultural life, recreation, leisure and sport | United Nations Enable