“Updated in Gallery with New Creations”
A pioneer of the avant-garde art movement in Burma recently carried the day for the country's artisan community.
Tin Tin had studied painting under Burmese Artist and State School of Fine Arts (Rangoon) lecturers U Lun Gywe and Dr. Sun Myint. She had studied sculpture from U Soe Tint (who was trained in Dresden, Germany) Principal, State School of Fine Arts (Rangoon) and Chinese water colour with Chinese Artist Law San. Tin Tin is one of the pioneers of young avant-garde Art movement in Burma and one of the first Burmese Artists to create and exhibit batik paintings in Burma.
"As a Burmese woman artist, I'm proud my paintings were selected for display at the 142nd annual exhibition of the Society of Women Artists at Westminster Gallery in London and that many viewers enjSoyed them" said Tin Tin, Interview with Irrawaddy.