This has something.
Dr. Lowery Simms, Curator, The Museum of Art and Design, NYC
Elvis Fuentes, Curator, El Museo del Barrio, NYC; PHD Candidate, Rutgers University.
She creates an art that embraces life, hope and the spirit of all living things.
Eleanor Heartney, Art Critic
The most powerful paintings were those by Tina Spiro. ..Spiro’s haunting “Dawn Over Seville” shows a lone black bird flying over rolling green hills shrouded in most.
Valerie Gladstone, Art critic, review of “Jamaica to Brooklyn”, ARTnews
One of the most important artists of her generation.
Valerie Gladstone, Introduction to Godessy
The themes that Tina Spiro explores in her work resonate with the gravity of philosophical and spiritual introspection laced with humor and sensuality.
Dr. Carol Damian, Director and Chief Curator, The Frost Art Museum, Miami, FL
Like the divine Creator, who desired to make a world that is “very good” (Genesis 1:31), Mrs. Spiro endeavors in her work to “repair” the world that was spoiled by mankind’s foolishness.
Dr. Adolfo Roitman, Head of the Shrine of the Book, Krupp Curator of the Dead Sea Scrolls, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Motivated by a desire to counter contemporary nihilism…Spiro hoped she would contribute to uniting the male and female principle in our time…advancing the concept of Tikkun (the healing of the earth).
Prof. Mathew Baigell, Jewish Art in America, p.201
Tina Spiro has produced a circular, free-standing mural based on the Dead Sea scrolls and the Kabbalah, ancient texts of Jewish mysticism recounting stories of change and creation. The piece is meant to be a place of quiet healing and contemplation…. an unusual respite from a cluttered world.
Elisa Turner, Art Critic, “Basel Leaving Imprint….”, The Miami Herald
Tina Spiro communicates spiritual discoveries through sublime and luminous imagery, endeavoring to explore the clues to a higher level of consciousness.
Matt Anzak, Curator, LuminArte Gallery, Dallas, TX