Taking a walk near the water ...Madison? A native of Plainfield, New Jersey, Waring spent every summer of her childhood in Madison, Connecticut and subsequently lived there year round as an adult for twenty five years. Not surprisingly, these scenes became subjects of her plein air landscapes in oil, pastel and watercolor. It was in the 1960Ã†s at the Madison summer studio of National Academician Robert Brackman, a master painter and teacher at the Art Students League of New York, that Tina first trained at the early ages of fourteen through eighteen. She was the only child that Brackman ever accepted into his class, and he once proclaimed to the seasoned students, Ã´This kid draws better that I do.Ã¶ Madison, Connecticut in the late 1990Ã†s and 2000 were sell outs. In 2006 she had a one woman show at Rockwell Gallery in Wilton, Ct. She now paints landscapes, cityscapes and seascapes almost exclusively. She can often be seen painting from Mystic to New York. Trips to Maine, Vermont and Europe also can be seen represented in her work. Her work is currently included in the exhibit Lyme Light at the Lyme Art Association and in SummerSignature: SLR. Medium: Watercolor. Framing: Framed. Artist: Tina Waring. Size: 6.5 x 8.5.