"The Footprints We Leave"
New work by Christine Alfery is being shown at the
  Manito Art League Annual Regional Exhibition
 
July 17 –  Patrons’ Party – Special Invitation
July 18-20 – 9:00 am  6:00 pm
July 21 –  9 am – 2 pm 

Manitowish Waters Community Center
Hwy 51 & Airport Road 
Manitowish Waters, WI 54545

Visit Christine, July 26-28th, on the Northwoods Art Tour. The studio will be open from 5-7 pm. See original pieces like “Circus Diva,” a 60×48 mixed water media on canvas with 2″ stretcher bars/studio wrap. The original is available here. 

 

"Circus Diva"

Juror, Injeong Yoon chose Christine Alfery’s “Reaching Out” painting for inclusion into the 31st Annual Texarkana Juried National Exhibition.  The exhibition is sponsored by the Yates Foundation.  The exhibition will be from July 26th– August 24th in Texarkana, TX.

“Patchwork Fields, Machines and Critters” which is currently being exhibited in the exhibition “Culture and Agriculture” at New Visions Gallery in Marshfield, WI., has been chosen for a purchase award in the new the Marshfield Clinic Minocqua Hospital Project

Patchwork Fields, Machines and Critters

Moving Contraption” and “Rolling Stones” have been accepted for inclusion in the Northwest Arts Center’s Americas 2019: All Media Exhibition.

Original pieces on christinealfery.net are for sale, but if they do not appear on the Christinealfery.com shop you must inquire with Christine to see if it is currently available or at a traveling exhibition.

Recent Blog Posts

Going Home

Chocolate and Art

Most color fields today have gotten waxy like old chocolate, but I would answer no that isn’t it. I think the color fields of today, not the ones done by design, but the ones that live deliciously though our sensations, and our sense of things, our personal sense of things are indeed still out there.

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Falling Waters - Flying Critters

The Value of Art (continued)

As many of you know I have stated repeatedly that there needs to be some objectivity in how art is valued, or art will become anything and everything because it only has subjectivity. You need to have something before you can have nothing. 

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Green Fields

Imagine living your life every day, all the time as if no one was ever looking at you.  How would you live?  Grungy, dirty nails, messy hair, clothes that don’t match, no make up?  Or would you live with flamboyance, flair, extravagances of color, feathers, jewels, sparkles, ruby lips, glitter on your eye lashes? You get the picture.

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