Tina Rocha tends to the general management of Cerulean Arts and directs its course. Happiest when developing plans, she always has the gallery’s long-term vision in mind. Throughout Cerulean Arts’ history, she has depended on her aptitude for establishing harmonious spatial relationships, from the arrangement of artwork on the wall to creating enticing shelf displays. This lends to Cerulean Arts’ sense of place, one of comfort and familiarity.
Tina earned simultaneous degrees in both Architecture and History of Art from the University of California, Berkeley. Previous experience includes serving as manager of the Museum Shop at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts followed by positions at several Philadelphia architecture firms. With fifteen years’ experience working closely with clients, consulting engineers and contractors, she was fortunate to oversee construction of her design for the Cerulean Arts expansion project.