Typical of Abstract
Expressionism, Francine Tint's paintings emphasize spontaneous
execution, large brushing gestures, bursts of energy, and
non-representational imagery developed on a large scale. Her
paintings, such as Blue Mink (1993) convey moods in the
same way that weather and the seasons affect emotions.
Educated at New York's Triangle Workshop, the Brooklyn Museum
Art School and Pratt Institute, Tint's work has been included in
group exhibitions, including a two person show with Robert Rauschenberg. Her works are included in numerous public and
private collections in the Northeast.