A documentary about Trinka and her mural in the Artomatic art show in Crystal City, Virginia
The Virginia Crystal City Artomatic 2012 Mural, painted by Trinka entirely during the event held from May 18 to June 23, is whitewashed on the last day.
Before . . .
Cosmo explains the mural to Washington D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray
Trinka at work on the first half of the Villa Bella Cardarella ceiling mural commissioned by Bruce and Lois Forbes.
Trinka's canvases after multi-day marathon figure painting sessions, hosted and planned by Trinka at The Smithsonian. Each day added figures with no planned composition, simply adding a figure based on the pose of the model each day until canvas was filled.
Pictured from left to right: Professor Daniel Venne (University of Washington D.C.), Professor Philip Geiger (University of Virginia), Professor Deborah Kahn (American University), Professor Chawky Frenn (George Mason University), Trinka, and Dr. Marguerite Glass (Gallaudet University)
Details from the DC Riverfront Artomatic 2009 Mural, at Artomatic's seventh event held in Washington D.C.'s Capitol Riverfront neighborhood.
Trinka's work exhibited in the Foundry Gallery of Washington D.C.
Trinka looks on as Holly Morris of Fox TV takes over the brushes.
Trinka painting the Virginia Crystal City Artomatic 2007 Mural, part of the fifth Artomatic event held from April 13 to May 20, 2007.
An early sketch of the Virginia Crystal City Artomatic 2007 Mural.
Trinka's work in Historic Dupont Circle's annual event bringing together fine art and cuisine.
Trinka's DC Waterfront Artomatic 2002 Mural, featuring objects found in other artists' exhibits, painted for the fourth Artomatic, held from October 31 to November 30, 2002.
Painting of the Chess Players in Dupont Circle
Trinka paints Adams Morgan and surrounding areas of Washington D.C. in 2001.