Tina Mion

Tina Mion’s art has exhibited multiple times at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and is part of several museum’s permanent collections. She has been featured on N.P.R., CBS News, Washington Post, LA Times and the Boston Globe. Her work also adorns the walls of the historic La Posada Hotel in Winslow, which Mion and her husband restored to its original Route 66 grandeur.

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New York City mailman Victor Hugo invented the Negro Motorist Green Book, which was in print from 1936 to 1966. The Green Book informed non-white travelers which businesses were relatively safe to patronize. The Civil Rights Act passed in 1964 made it illegal to discriminate based on race, and other personal traits, in public businesses.  Title: “Green-Book, Orange Balloon”  Medium: oil on linen  Size: 48 x 36  Year of Creation: 2016  Price $10,000  For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at  www.tinamion.com

New York City mailman Victor Hugo invented the Negro Motorist Green Book, which was in print from 1936 to 1966. The Green Book informed non-white travelers which businesses were relatively safe to patronize. The Civil Rights Act passed in 1964 made it illegal to discriminate based on race, and other personal traits, in public businesses.

Title: “Green-Book, Orange Balloon”

Medium: oil on linen

Size: 48 x 36

Year of Creation: 2016

Price $10,000

For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at www.tinamion.com