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…pictured here with my heart,  life partner, and gifted artist – Carlos Valdez!

I live in the wonderful community of Edmonds, Washington, next to the Puget Sound. I work in a variety of media: acrylics, oils, watercolors, stained glass, and now – basketry. I share my love for art with the local community through classes, retreats,  fundraising and awareness projects. I enjoy painting landscapes as well as the simple, daily moments in life. As an animal lover, I am especially pleased with the success of my commissioned pet portraits that allow me to pay it forward by giving part of my proceeds to animal welfare organizations.

My work is inspired by my travels abroad, the rich arts, culture & indigenous stories from the Pacific Northwest, my family & friends,  and the animals. I also want to express my gratitude for the ability to live here in Edmonds on the  traditional lands of Duwamish, Skokomish, Snohomish, Snoqualmie, and Suquamish and other Coast Salish Tribes. My home is a personal sanctuary situated on a lovely wooded property where I am able to see and hear the animals and birds sing their daily songs.  

I love the challenge and opportunities for growth that every painting, glass panel and basket brings to me; fulfilling my goal of conveying, through my work, the joy and wonder I feel in daily life . – Tina Marohn  – Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Gallery and Event Showings:

This Autumn: September 2019 – Edmonds Art Studio Tour

September 2017 – Edmonds Art Studio Tour

November 2016 – Puget Sound Artists’ Gift Show, Edmonds, WA

September 17-18, 2016 – Edmonds Art Studio Tour in Tina’s Studio, Edmonds WA

August 27th – Paddywack Pet Festival, Mill Creek WA

July 21st – Glasswork, totes and scarves featured at Cline Jewelers, Edmonds WA

June 19-21 – Booth demo at Edmonds Arts Festival, Edmonds WA

March 17th thru April 19th – Paintings featured at The Vision Center, Edmonds WA

March 2015 to April 2016 – Stained glass worked featured at Re-Juiced Studio, Edmonds WA

November 2015 – Puget Sound Artists’ Gift Show, Edmonds, WA

November 2015 – Teatro ZinZanni Circus Tent Artist Event, Seattle, WA

November 2015 – Shop the World, Richmond Beach, WA

September 2015 – Edmonds Studio Arts Tour, Edmonds, WA – artwork featured on the brochure cover for the 10th Anniversary Tour

Tree of Life on the front cover of the 10th Anniversary  Edmonds Art Studio Tour

July 2012 – Group art show, ArtSplash, Edmonds, WA

June 2012– Shoreline Arts Festival Juried Show

March 2012 – Small Paintings Show at Gallery North, Edmonds, WA

March to August 2011 – Artwork hung in the Cafe Reiki, Ballard, WA

August to September 2010 – Vendor at Edmonds Summer Market, Edmonds, WA

August 2010 – Second Thursday Art Walk, Kirkland, WA

July 2010 – Vendor at Go Dog, Go! Festival, Kirkland, WA

January to February 2009 – Gallery showing at Raymond James Financial, Edmonds, WA

December 2007 – Gallery showing at Joan Longstaff’s The Edmonds Art Gallery, Edmonds, WA

April 2006 – Gallery showing at Coldwell Banker Bain, Edmonds, WA

Art in the Community:

November 2015 to current – Co-Chair for Edmonds Art Studio Tour

2009 to 2012 – Taught art classes to highly capable students at Terrace Park Elementary School.

2006 to 2010 – Taught classes in creating mandala drawing at the local community center, spiritual retreats, and in elementary school classes.

2007 to 2008 – Conceived and orchestrated the publication of The Women of Mary’s Place, a book of stories about 16 homeless and formerly homeless Seattle women, with accompanying portraits painted by 16 women artists. This was a labor of love to bring more awareness and beauty to these women who are invisible to most of us. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of these books went directly to support the day shelter where these women find support and refuge.


The Women of Mary’s Place: Portraits From a Journey in Which Sixteen Women Artists and Sixteen Homeless and Formerly Homeless Women of Seattle Participated – By Tina Marohn (located in the University of Washington Special Collections).

For inquiries, please contact me at tinamarohn@gmail.com