Christine Alfery is a dynamic artist whose art has been in demand since she began selling in the 1960’s. In the 1990’s she was a popular creative force on the national interior design scene. As her style has evolved through the years, each fresh expression has been greeted with enthusiasm and demand. Recently Christine’s work has been displayed in museums, galleries and in corporate and private collections throughout the United States.
Christine’s artistic style shows a maturity that comes from her lifetime of creative exploration. Her “experimental abstractions of the real” are filled with “playful iconic symbols” which enable her “to integrate the real with the playfulness of the abstract.”
Christine holds three postgraduate degrees in the fine arts and is a signature member of ten national watercolor societies. She has won 65 national awards and has been involved in over 60 publications. She has a working studio on a lake located within the Chippewa Reservation in Northern Wisconsin. Christine is currently the Coordinator/Curator of the Howard Young Art Gallery.
To see more of Christine’s art, visit her website at christinealfrey.net