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Breathing Room

I am very excited to introduce, Breathing Room, an ongoing series I intend to expand. The magic of these pieces is that they cross the line between painting and sculpture. Because they are 3D and none of the layers touch. Each individual color you see is created on its own acrylic sheet, when laid over each other they create color …

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Spring Sale & Studio Updates

If you’re subscribed to the email list you already know that I’m hosting a 20% off all originals sale. I’m deep spring cleaning the studio and wanting to give you some sweet deals while I make room for more work. Here is what is exciting about this sale. First, I’ve never done a sale this big before. These pieces are …

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Getting In With Galleries & Interior Designers

This is something I hear a lot, a question that peppers my dms and email. Here’s a sample message I get a lot from aspiring artists: “Hi Christine, I love your work! I’m a fellow artist and I was hoping to pick your brain.

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Copyright Infringement: It Takes a Village

Copyright infringement has been something on my mind and a big work task lately. I’ve been having more and more confrontations with people around the world who have stolen my artwork, to sell it, promote their brand, or simply reposted a painting of mine as “inspiration” without my permission or without mentioning me.

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8 Ways to Foster Your Child’s Inner Artist

A mother recently messaged me saying that her five-year-old daughter loved painting. As a mother, she wanted to encourage her daughter in the arts and she asked me if I had any ideas of how to encourage and promote her five-year-olds artistic practice.

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What Size Art is Right for My Wall?

What you put on your walls, (or the lack thereof,) says a lot about you and your home. Whether it is a one-of-a-kind original painting, a framed print, or some other piece of wall décor, the size you chose for the space you have can make or break a space.

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Just Be Quiet

Since the new year I have felt like January has been one giant to-do list with never ending administrative work. February still feels this way.I’m in the process of brainstorming, swatching, and figuring out the narrative for my next series. Sometimes collections come easier, sometimes the conception takes longer.

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Does It Spark Joy: Originals vs. Prints

Raise your hand if you’ve seen Marie Kondo’s Netflix show, “Tidying Up”? Okay, me too. I’ve been going through the process of cleaning out the things that don’t spark joy. I wouldn’t call myself a collector. I’m pretty good at always getting rid of clothing before I bring in new pieces of clothing. However, as I’ve become a homeowner,

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Selling at Anthropologie

Well another bucket list item crossed off, I finally have a product at Anthropology. Okay, okay, it’s probably not as cool as what you are thinking. No, I don’t have prints sold at Anthropologie, (not just yet anyway, but if you know any brand contacts, do let me know!)

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Art Basel

Pink Room created by Sadie Barnette, shown at Untitled Art Fair If you were following along with my Instagram from this past weekend you knew I was in sunny Miami, hitting up as many art shows as possible while still soaking in some sweet sunshine. If you are unfamiliar with Art Basel, essentially it is a huge art fair that …