Tyna Silver Art Collections
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Artwork by Tyna Silver
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Joe Crutch by Tyna Silver
Sleeping Beauty by Tyna Silver
Colours of Temiskaming by Tyna Silver
Beneath the Mask by Tyna Silver
NURSERY by Tyna Silver
CATHOUSE by Tyna Silver
OWEN by Tyna Silver
Exotique by Tyna Silver
SMILE by Tyna Silver
Shh Baby Sleeping by Tyna Silver
Joe's Window by Tyna Silver
Dress Up Day by Tyna Silver
Butterfly Vision by Tyna Silver
KIDZONE by Tyna Silver
COOL the Armchair Hippie by Tyna Silver
Tail of the Dragon Dusk by Tyna Silver
Fire In the Sky by Tyna Silver
Counting Sheep by Tyna Silver
Rose Coloured Glasses by Tyna Silver
Lyla's Dance by Tyna Silver
DRESS UP DAY by Tyna Silver
New Hope by Tyna Silver
ALPHAPETS LOGO by Tyna Silver
rising moon by Tyna Silver
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About Tyna Silver
I have been doodling people and other animals since I was a child in Toronto, Ontario. Looking back, this turned out to be an accurate omen for my future, since my mom says that even then, she worried about my curiosity and frequent interaction with strangers and every living creature that crossed my path. Despite my comfort with people, I have always felt most alive and connected sitting alone on a log in the midst of the forest admiring the intricate and awesome designs of the ultimate artist, Mother Nature.
I suppose these basic interests which have survived to today explain my educational choices. Ontario College of Art, Buckhorn School of Wildlife Art and various other art courses encouraged me to explore ways to artistically express the spirit of the things I loved. A Toronto Teacher's College degree and Waldorf Teacher training allowed me to interact with the innocence and wisdom of young children where I used every opportunity to enhance their learning using art and nature study.
Upon moving to Northern Ontario I began the Temiskaming Field Naturalists which explored all natural aspects of the area. I also had the rare opportunity as a wildlife rehabilitator for the Ministry of Natural Resources to have hands on experience while caring for wildlife that would come to us through my husband's veterinary practice.
All these experiences, along with raising my own young family and my years of encouragement through active membership in the local Temiskaming Palette and Brush (art) Club eventually led me to my current focus on pastel portraiture. It is my intention with this, to capture and encourage appreciation for the unique spirit and personalities of all people, pets, and wildlife. In my own small way, I hope I can contribute to a greater understanding that all life, regardless of gender, age, race, religion or species is beautiful! My absolutely favourite quote is: "Labels are for soup cans, NOT for People!" (from a Labatt's beer magazine ad.)