Theo – Theodosia A.G. Tamborlane

“The use of dynamic colors and the expression of movement are hallmarks of all my paintings, whether on paper or canvas. The colors I choose are independently selected and randomly mixed for each painting. Multiple colors move through each painting, taking the viewer along many and varied paths to visions both expected and unexpected. A title is chosen either as the painting emerges or after contemplation of the finished work.” – Theodosia A.G. Tamborlane

Theo in the studio. “Colour is my day – long obsession, joy and torment” – Claude Monet.

Theodosia A.G. Tamborlane paints in oil and acrylic, on paper and canvas, and creates three-dimensional collages. She creates series paintings dedicated to particular themes, painting full time in her Dunedin, Florida studio.

Theo’s paintings have been shown in over 100 group and solo shows in New Jersey, New York City, Pennsylvania, and Florida since 2008. She has been awarded three First Prizes and featured in art magazines and the Manhattan International Art Online Gallery. Also, her paintings are in private and public collections around the USA, Europe and Japan, and in eight Foundation collections in New Jersey.


Connections Communications VII, “ 36 x 24, oil on canvas

Theo is a member of the Art Students League in New York City. In New Jersey the Contemporary Art Group, and in Florida, she is a member of the Dunedin Fine Art Center and the Professional Association of Visual Artists. She is represented by the Art Bend Gallery in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and has lectured frequently.

Visit Theo’s website at to view more of her work and learn of her many accomplishments.

“Collage of Shadows II,” above, 40 x 30, oil on canvas, is on view for the first time in the August exhibition, Summer Camp for Masterpieces, Stirling Art Gallery, Dunedin, FL. Theo will have three paintings from her “Cast Shadows” series at this show which runs from August 11 – 30, 2017.

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