This Weekend, July 26th, 27th & 28th – Visit Christine Alfery’s Wisconsin Art Studio on The Northwoods Art Tour

Christine Alfery

Posted on July 25 2019

This Weekend, July 26th, 27th & 28th – Visit Christine Alfery’s Wisconsin Art Studio on The Northwoods Art Tour

Circus Diva, Acrylic on Canvas, 60×48

This Weekend, July 26th, 27th & 28th – Visit Christine Alfery’s Wisconsin Art Studio on The Northwoods Art Tour

What an incredible opportunity for those of you able to take advantage of it this weekend, Christine Alfery’s Wisconsin Art Studio will be open for you to visit and meet with the artist from 5-7 pm Friday, July 26th, Saturday, July 27th & Sunday, July 28th 2019 as part of the Northwoods Art Tour.

Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the Artist, view the many award-winning paintings she has exhibited nationally, learn about her process, the countless themes that inspire her and to better understand her philosophy on creating art.

Visitors will also have the unique opportunity of purchasing Christine’s original paintings and prints, viewing her art books, enjoying the landscape she lives and works on the Chippewa Indian Reservation, and seeing where the magic happens when Christine puts paint to paper or on canvas!

You will not believe the shelves of paint colors Christine has collected, the scores of paint brushes and palettes and the canvases that contribute to creating the masterpieces that Christine generates through each work of art!

As well, every visitor coming through Christine’s studio this weekend will have the opportunity of entering a drawing to win (any one of) 3 original works of art that this Award-Winning Artist will be giving away!

It’s all happening this weekend through the Northwoods Art Tour, where Christine is one of 35 participating artists in this, the 20th year of the tour. You will want to plan your weekend around it, and The Northwoods Art Tour has created a special brochure with an easy-to-follow self-guided map of all the artists and galleries participating, as well as restaurants and other attractions within the area. The tour is free, but you will want to bring your wallet for all of the wonderful art you will want to take home with you!

For more information, visit Northwoods Art Tour


Christine Alfery has been creating and selling her art since the 1960’s. In the 1990’s she was a creative force on the national interior design scene. As her style has evolved, so has the interest, intrigue and demand for her work. Christine’s paintings have been widely exhibited in museums, galleries and in corporate and private collections throughout the United States and the world.

Her artistic style shows a maturity that comes from a lifetime of creative exploration. Christine’s “experimental abstractions” are filled with playful iconic symbols which enable her to “integrate the real with the abstract.” Christine is deeply influenced by the abstract expressionists,  including: Hans Hofman, Mark Rothko, Elaine and Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankenthaler and Cy Twombly, to name a few, yet her style is uniquely her own.

Christine earned her Bachelors of Science degree, her Master’s degree in Education, her MFA degree and her Ph.D in Contemporary Art History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

She shows her contemporary, conceptual watercolor and acrylic paintings nationally and internationally. She competes in watercolor competitions around the world. Christine has won over 100 national awards and is a signature member of 10 national watercolor societies throughout the United States. She has been in more than 65 publications.

For more information about Christine, visit her website:


The Northwoods Art Tour was established as an educational, interactive event, taking place primarily at artists’ studios. This year marks 20 years of offering free annual art adventures with a record number of northern Wisconsin’s finest artists opening the doors to their galleries and private studios from 5-7 pm daily, July 26th, 27th and 28th. For more information and a self-guided tour map, visit:

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