4/21/10

Thank You Toma Clark Haines




Thank you Toma Clark Haines for the fun interview (HERE) posted today on your blog, The Antiques Diva. Toma and I have recently collaborated to make my art pieces available to her clients in Europe. She was lovely to post an interview (with moi) on her site, my hope you will check it out.
Many of you are already familiar with the amazing Toma via her European tours to Paris, Amersterdam, The Hague, Brussels, Antwerp, Berlin, but for those who are not you must read what the press has to say! You will certainly wish to visit her web site, and her two blogs, The Antiques Diva, and Treasures by the Antique Diva. As a young child in Oklahoma Toma dreamed of living in Europe, and her dreams have come true, triple-fold. Again, thank you Toma for the interview, it was my pleasure!

19 comments:

This Photographer's Life said...

Way to go on getting your interview and getting your art to Europe! What an accomplishment!

Anonymous said...

It is I again, Thomas. Janet and I want to thank you for your kindness! (great interview - it sounds just like you)

Tina said...

This Photographer's Life (Blayne)
Thank you, hope things are great with you. Loving all your new images of spring home tours.


Thomas,
The pleasure was all mine.

becky at abbeystyle said...

Hey Tina,
Loved the interview on the Antiques Diva...thanks for the link. Now I can visit your blog with added insight! Best wishes on selling your art in Europe. You're a classic!

Anonymous said...

Tina, I've been viewing your blog a long time, I guess you call me a lurker in that I've never posted a comment before. I learned a lot about you from the interview, and though viewing the paintings is what I come here for, it was refreshing to get a bit of a better handle on you. I wish you would expound on occasion, about your life. My name is Constance and I live just outside of Washington.

Tina said...

Constance - lurking is perfectly wonderful, and comments even more so.
Ahhh, yes, I don't write much about myself. I suppose it is the treadmill I am on, but I will try and incorporate something here and there a little more personal. Thanks for your comment, it means a lot to me. I hope life 'just outside of Washington' is great.

Trish @TheOldPostRoad said...

Great inteview! Congratulations!
-Trish

Tina said...

Hey Trish! Great to hear from you! One of these days you are going to turn around and there I will be, just wait.

Susan / Interior Design Student said...

I hope one day I can travel to Europe. I liked your interview and I viewed the links provided, I would love to take one of her tours, maybe all of them one day!

Splendid Willow said...

Tina, thank you so much for leaving a comment on my guest post over at FTRB. And you did it to the right person. I am a huge art lover. And your work is wonderful! You are obviously very talented. I just discovered your Red No. 5 - and I scrolled back to it exactly five times! Very lovely.

Let's stay in touch.

Warm regards, Monika

The Antiques Diva™ said...

Tina,
Thank you so much for including this write up about me and my tours on your site... You made me blush! I"m delighted by our collaboration... and hope your work finds it's way into oodles of European homes!
Yours,
Toma

Tina said...

Splendid Willow-
Thank you for your words. I really enjoyed the process in Red Number 5. I should consider doing more of thoese, however as I paint intuitively if I have found if I attempt that sort of thing I am less than satisfied. It really is a one painting kind of thing, an in the moment kind of thing. Yes, let's stay in touch!

Toma-
You are simply the best. My pleasure. You maybe should change your blog title to Simply the Best. (wink)

Mario - Boston said...

Cool music & paintings. I don't care for music on blogs but I make an exception on art blogs. Art and music are joined at the hip. Seal should re-release that train song.

Tina said...

Mario, thank you for feeling the same way I do regarding music and art! And I agree, Seal's version of People Get Ready, amazing.

Mary Ann Wakeley said...

How wonderful,Tina! Congrats on the interview and the new endeavor. I couldn't be happier for you. An exciting time :-)

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

Mary Ann, great to hear from you! I bet it is amazing in PA. Hope all well with you! Thanks!

Amy E. Strodl said...

Very cool Tina! Congrats to you!

Tina said...

Thank you, Amy!!!!! Toma is amazing, you probably know that! You are, too!

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