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Bird #13

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Introduction

Christine’s paintings are usually figurative, often influenced by folk lore and dance. She has developed a unique medium to create her paintings, utilizing pastel colors upon a Gesso ground. Finished with multiple coats of acrylic glaze, they display marvelous depth of color and do not need to be under glass.

Christine’s unique pastel paintings are in private collections across the country and in Europe. Now residing in North Carolina, she exhibited her work at the Asheville Gallery of Art until retiring in late 2015.

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