Working with wild, spontaneously generating plants and the soil in which they grow, Tina has coined the term ‘Edaphic Plant Art’.
Focusing on this life force that exists independently of our own efforts to tend and cultivate, she seeks a deeper, universal understanding of our natural world.
Following an intuitive, immersive approach, she has developed a number of experimental printing techniques where the plants ‘draw’ themselves’. These plant prints often stand as a metaphor for our own human development and attitudes.
Experimental cermics, small sculptures, audio/visual works, and laser etching are also explored within Tina's practice.