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Emergings 3 Regina Christie 2016

Regina Christie

Abundance © 2016 Regina Christie, 48"x36"

Emergings 3

Artwork by Regina Christie 

May 6–June 4, 2016
Reception: May 13 • 5–8pm

Regina Christie:
I’m seeking to find and express my personal freedom 
through painting abstract color fields.
I use rich colors that reflect this.
Sometimes images emerge and recede; they seem to come 
from that intuitive part of myself.
I like to open up a chance for the viewer to shift 
from thinking to connecting to their own inner being.


Regina Christie makes luminous, abstract paintings that are built up through layers of oil paint on linen conveying a compression of time and space and place.

Regina first studied painting with Walter Kuhlman while sharing his studio.                                            

For 8 years she studied with Chester Arnold at the College of Marin.  She attended Sonoma State University, where she worked with Mark Perlman.  Regina was a student of Connie Smith Siegel for 12 years, and her drawings and paintings were included in Smith Siegel’s book "The Spirit of Drawing". Her continued exploration has led her paintings to be included in a number of highly selective juried shows in Northern California.  These include “Out of the Blue,” (juried by Ruth Braunstein) at Gallery Route One in Point Reyes Station, and the Annual Fall Exhibition (juried by Andrea Schwartz) at  Falkirk Cultural Center in San Rafael and "Fresh Art" (juried by Rene de Guzman) at Marin Society of Artist's Gallery in Ross.