T’Alyne has a masters degree in printmaking and foundry from Arizona State University. She worked in France, Belgium, Spain, Italy, and Germany for four years developing her understanding of color and environmental issues. Currently living in Michigan she is interest in highlighting the greatest treasure the state possesses, its fresh water. T’Alyne’s influences include: Rothko, Diebenkorn, Laura Owens, Joanie Mitchell, and the French surrealists. T'Alyne's work is collected both nationally and internationally by corporations, museums, universities, and privately.