Tina Barahanos is a practicing multidisciplinary artist who has a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts from the University of New South Wales, College of Fine Arts.
Her practice is centred in painting, printmaking, photography and digital media. Her work draws influence from the iconography of the everyday depicting ordinary, unassuming scenes that are likely to go unnoticed. It is within these fleeting observations she finds imagery that can strengthen the connection between art and the everyday.
Tina has had numerous solo exhibitions at the Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney and has been a finalist in many art prizes nationally and internationally for her etchings, screenprints, digital prints, painting and drawing and was the winner of the Wyndham Art Prize in 2017. Her work is held in private and public collections both nationally and internationally.
While completing a Master of Fine Arts, Tina worked as a custom printmaker and casual tutor at UNSW College of Fine Arts and also ran printmaking and drawing workshops for adults and children at Art Est. Studios. She has been a member of the Sydney Printmakers since 2010.