End of Day
Original water media on paper
Featured image in blog, The Other
“End Of Day” was accepted into the NorthStar Watermedia National Exhibition. The judge for this exhibition was David Feinberg, painter and Associate Professor of Drawing and Painting at the University of Minnesota. “End of Day” has received numerous awards including: Best of Show in the Manito Art Leagues regional exhibition; “Bold Expressions” at the Sacramento Fine Arts Center; a National Exhibition sponsored by the Northern California Arts Association; “Americas” at the Northwest Art Center in Minot, ND, and in the Watercolor USA in Springfield Art Museum National Exhibition. Most recently it was accepted at the Michigan Fine Arts Competition in Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, which is supported by the Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs.
Juror Noel W. Anderson accepted “End Of Day” into the Michigan Fine Arts Competition, Bloomfield Birmingham Art Center, which is supported by the Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs. Noel Anderson is an Assistant Professor at NYU’s Art and Art Professions Department in Print Media. It is an honor for me to have Juror Anderson choose my work “End of Day” for this outstanding exhibition. It will be on exhibition at the Bloomfield Birmingham Art Center.
Accepted “Watercolor USA” Springfield Art Museum National Exhibition. Accepted “Americas” Northwest Art Center. Minot, ND. Accepted: “Bold Expressions 2014” Sacramento Fine Arts Center – Northern California Arts Association Best of Show 2014- Manito Art League.
"There are no two identical ways artwork can be viewed. There is no right or wrong when viewing artwork our minds need to be as open as a child’s, playing with colorful building blocks or choosing colors from a box of crayons filled with possibilities." - Christine Alfery
Christine Alfery is an award winning Contemporary Conceptual Artist that has been widely exhibited in museums, galleries and in corporate and private collections around the world.
Christine has a style that is uniquely her own and one that has been widely, well-received and rewarded for its’ own uniqueness and beauty. Christine’s work employs many of the techniques of the abstract expressionists, including: gestural mark making, color fields and conceptual work. Having succeeded in the art world for over 50 years, Christine continues to strive for authenticity, emphasizing the importance of an artist who is true to themselves and not the whims of market trends.