Tin Tin Sann

TIN TIN SANN UA,  B Sc.(Hons.) M Sc. MCAM

Tin Tin Sann 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.

Tin Tin had worked for the BBC World Service (Burmese and Marketing) for more than 22 years. But she is now concentrating on her Art work full time and only do freelance work.

Tin Tin Sann was the President of Rangoon Arts and Science University Art Society for 10 years (1969-79).

She paints mainly in oil and acrylic but also creates Chinese water colours, Batiks and sculptures in clay, plaster and bronze. Tin Tin enjoys painting seascapes and very much interested in colour and the free flow of colour. She uses strong, contrasting colours to create paintings. Creating art work helps her to overcome all difficulties in life.

Started exhibiting since 1968 and has participated in more than 50 exhibitions in Burma and abroad. In U.k Mall gallery, Westminster Gallery, Cottons Centre, Menier Gallery Chocolate Factory, Morley Gallery, the Coningsby Gallery and Fountain Gallery.

Tin Tin’s Art work can be seen all over the world – UK, USA, Germany, Norway, France (including one at UNESCO in Paris), Russia, Nepal, Myanmar(Burma), and Australia, mostly in  private collections.

Harvard University (1981-1982), she had four solo exhibitions including one at the Harvard Law School.

She has regularly exhibited at the BBC Art Society annual exhibitions in London.
She had a one person show in London (1986) sponsored by Alliance and Leicester Building Society.
Tin Tin is also listed in the Who’s Who in Art, 31st Edition.

She has participated in The Society of Women Artists annual open exhibitions since 2003 – Westminster Gallery and Mall gallery.

“Breaking the Wave” exhibition in September 2003 at the Wine Street Gallery, Divizes where one of her painting was used for the invitation.

Tin Tin started exhibiting at the United Society of Artists annual open exhibitions since 2004, elected as a member and a council member.

DUO exhibition 2006 : COTTONS CENTRE, SOUTH BANK
MOMENTUM I 2005, MOMENTUM II 2006 AND MOMMENTUM III 2007 : Menier Gallery, Chocolate Factory.

MEDICAL ART SOCIETY ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2007 and 2008 Feb. 11th to 18th  : MaLL GALLERY

UNITED SOCIETY OF ARTISTS ANNUAL EXHIBITION: May 2007, COTTONS CENTRE, South Bank

SOCIETY OF WOMEN ARTIST ANNUAL EXHIBITION: JUNE 2007, MALL GALLERY

BEYOND BURMA ART EXHIBITION:  11TH TO 23 FEB.2008
SECTRUM OF ABSTRACT PAINTING: CONINGSBY GALLERY; SEPTEMBER 2008

UNITED SOCIETY OF ARTISTS ANNUAL EXHIBITION: OCTOBER 2008 

11 UA SMALL PICTURE SHOW: JANUARY 2009, FOUNTAIN GALLERY; HAMPTON COURT

NATIONAL MARITINE MUSESUEM, ART CLUB SPRING EXHIBITION; JANUARY TO APRIL 2009 

BEYOND BURMA II ART EXIBITION; 9TH TO 14TH FEBRUARY 2009

If you are interested in her Art works, for further information please contact her on 0207 794 1629 or mobile 07816827621. Studio: ASC Studios, 16A Wyndham Rd. Camberwell SE5 0UH

Email address: tintinsann@yahoo.co.uk
Website: www.tintinsann.com and http://tin-tin-sann.narod.ru

 

Show Information

 

UA Satellite Exhibition

Jan. 20th to Feb. 1st 2009

The Fountain Gallery www.fountaingallery.co.uk

26 Bridge Road
East Molesley
Surrey
(Opp. Hampton Court station)
Open Tuesday to Sunday
11.30 am to 5.30 pm

Beyond Burma II

Menier Gallery, Menier Chocolate Factory

Monday 9th to Saturday 14th February

51 Southwark Street,
London SE1 1UR

Links

United Society Of Artists

Khin Myint

Htein Lin