Christina Tarkoff Oil Paintings

Painting the People & Places of Philadelphia & Beyond

"Music in Rittenhouse Square" 12x12 inches, oil on canvas panel.

432.00
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"Music in Rittenhouse Square" 12x12 inches, oil on canvas panel.

432.00
sold out

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Reference Photo by Jonathan Yu

I Am Super Excited About This Painting! THIS PAINTING APPEARs ON THE COVER OF THE WINTER 2018 EDITION OF PHILADELPHIA STORIES!

Click here for more information about the Philadelphia Stories LAUNCH EVENT!

As many of you know, the musician in this painting reached out to me after he saw a sketch of it online. I have to thank the photographer Jonathan Yu, for bringing us together and taking the awesome image that served as my reference photo for the painting.

Making this painting was a great experience for me, because the musician got to see the painting develop through all its stages. I promised him I would complete it within a month. And, yay, I did it.

I posted the completed painting on my FB Page and I am so happy — his reaction was "Wooooow, I love it!" Well, I love that he loves it!

I have to say, I had so much fun making this painting. It makes me feel so good that my work is reaching folks and contributing to them, a sense of fun and joy. It has been an honor to complete this painting, and I thank this young musician for his talents and his appreciation of local art. Today, more than ever, we all need to appreciate one another.

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PRINTS ARE AVAILABLE—CLICK HERE.

Reference Photo by Jonathan Yu

I Am Super Excited About This Painting! THIS PAINTING APPEARs ON THE COVER OF THE WINTER 2018 EDITION OF PHILADELPHIA STORIES!

Click here for more information about the Philadelphia Stories LAUNCH EVENT!

As many of you know, the musician in this painting reached out to me after he saw a sketch of it online. I have to thank the photographer Jonathan Yu, for bringing us together and taking the awesome image that served as my reference photo for the painting.

Making this painting was a great experience for me, because the musician got to see the painting develop through all its stages. I promised him I would complete it within a month. And, yay, I did it.

I posted the completed painting on my FB Page and I am so happy — his reaction was "Wooooow, I love it!" Well, I love that he loves it!

I have to say, I had so much fun making this painting. It makes me feel so good that my work is reaching folks and contributing to them, a sense of fun and joy. It has been an honor to complete this painting, and I thank this young musician for his talents and his appreciation of local art. Today, more than ever, we all need to appreciate one another.