Tiina Herttua

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Tiina Herttua (born in Finland) is a Finnish visual artist holding a B.F.A degree from Lahti Institute of Fine Arts. She did part of her studies at Australian National University. She has been living and working in Finland, Italy and Australia, and currently her studio is near Sipoonkorpi National Park in Finland.

She has exhibited at over 50 solo and group shows in Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Russia, Australia, Japan, Austria, Italy and Hungary. In her artistic work recycled materials and re-used objects have important role, and also she uses painting, paper clay, woodcut, drawing and photography in her work. Herttua investigates the relationship between human and nature. She also conceptually covers subjects like religion, socio-philosophical issues and environmental changes.

Beside working as a visual artist, she organizes community art workshops.
Näytä biografia

Ajankohtaista

Galleria 5, Oulu
27.2.- 24.3.2019
"Risteyksessä"
Ryhmänäyttely

Yhteisötaideteos ja -pajat
Karakallio Creative
2018-2019

Symposium "Manuscipt"
Lithuanian Artist Union, Kazimieras Zoromskis Foundation (LI), TMTTR (USA)
Gallery of Lithuanian Artist Union, Vilnius, Lithuania
9/2018

Symposium "Summer Kitchen"
Cered Artist Colony, Hungary
8/2018

Kouta Galleria, Kouvola
Tiina Herttua: Oma tila
Yksityisnäyttely
3/2018

Galleria Uusi Kipinä, Lahti
Tiina Herttua: Between III
Yksityisnäyttely
9/2017

Kioto, Japani
Tiina Herttua & Erika Kusumoto: "Kaksi näkökulmaa - 眼差しから"
Yhteisnäyttely
10/2017

Bio

Tiina Herttua (born in Finland) is a Finnish visual artist holding a B.F.A degree from Lahti Institute of Fine Arts. She did part of her studies at Australian National University. She has been living and working in Finland, Italy and Australia, and currently her studio is near Sipoonkorpi National Park in Finland.

She has exhibited at over 50 solo and group exhibitions in Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Russia, Australia, Japan, Austria Italy and Hungary. In her artistic work recycled materials and re-used objects have important role, and also she uses painting, paper clay, woodcut, drawing and photography in her work. Herttua investigates the relationship between human and nature. She also conceptually covers subjects like religion, socio-philosophical issues and environmental changes.

Beside working as a visual artist, she has also organized community art workshops.