Emerging artist, Tina Trinh (IDEA22), wins 2nd place in CAPIC Rodeo 11 national Canadian student competition for her oil painting
Congratulations to Tina Trinh (IDEA22) on winning 2nd place in this spring’s CAPIC's Rodeo 11 national Canadian student competition for her oil painting (shown above) and surpassing 15,000 Instagram followers! Rodeo is a national competition open to all post-secondary visual arts students in Canada.
Shown above: ‘Sara’ an oil painting done for class at IDEA School of Design and the winning illustration.
More work from Tina
Tina has been tearing up Instagram since she joined around March 2016. Within five months she celebrated 5,000 followers and has recently surpassed 15,000 followers! She used to post almost every day, but whenever she’s busy (like now because of art school in Vancouver) it’s more like 2-4 times a week. Much of her earlier work is digital fan art related to Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan, #1 New York Times bestselling author, although her body of original work is most definitively growing now that she’s in art school full-time.
CAPIC is the Canadian Association of Professional Image Creators, and RODEO is open to photography and illustration students across Canada. The IDEA School of Design domination in the illustration category is total again this year!
For all the winners see capic.org/2019/05.
Follow Tina on Instagram and watch for much more from this talented young artist!