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Christine is passionate about creating and teaching inventive forms of artwork. She graduated from UBC Okanagan with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2009, with majors in printmaking and photography.
Christine continues to create innovative and distinctive work primarily focusing on Cyanotypes. This cyanotype process involves creating images with the sun/UV light as the active agent. Initially she experimented with plants and their shadows to generate these graphic blue and white images. Now Christine combines painting, drawing, photo negatives, found objects, shadows and botanicals in her creative process. She loves combining different methods and discovering how that creates nuances in the artwork.
In addition to creating, she loves to teach this process to both young and old and to see students fully engaged in this imaginative process. If you enjoy mixing mad-scientist with artist, this type of artwork is for you-botanist gone wild!
You can check out her artistic explorations by clicking the links above, and her home studio is open year round by appointment so you can pop by in-person too!