Christine Newman
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Websites: ChristineNewmanART.com
artbychristinenewman.blogspot.com

You can still buy art directly from her by contacting her at:
E-mail: christinefineart@yahoo.com

Peony II Hyacinth Bean

Born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, of Foreign Service parents, Christine Newman traveled the world before landing in Brooklyn, New York, to pursue a degree in studio art. She earned an MFA from Hunter College and taught art in an elementary school in Manhattan before focusing exclusively on drawing and painting. Her art has appeared in juried exhibitions, most recently at Gallery 440 in Park Slope, Brooklyn. She is a member of BWAC (Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition) and a participant in FAST (Flatbush Artists Studio Tour).

Schizophragma Hydrangeoides Peony
Hyacinth
Anemone coronaria
 

EDUCATION:
1984 MFA Painting, HUNTER COLLEGE, NYC
1981 BFA Fine Arts, OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, Delaware, Ohio
GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
1997 NO ENGLAND/NO AMSTERDAM II, REAL ART WAYS, HARTFORD, CN,
curated by Kenny Schachter
1996 GROUP SHOW
CERES GALLERY, NYC
1991 TEN YEARS
HUNTER COLLEGE, NYC
1990 GROUP SHOW
SPEED LIMIT 55, NYC
1989 LOVE ME TENDER, MARYMOUNT MANHATTAN COLLEGE, NYC
1987 THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT: THE POLITICS OF DOMESTICITY,
FOREMAN GALLERY, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY
1986 EIGHT NEW YORK ARTISTS, CUTTING EDGE GALLERY,
Chicago, IL
1985 HONEY I’M HOME
MIDTOWN ARTS CENTER,
Houston, TX
1984 LANDSCAPE
PARK AVENUE ATRIUM, NYC
1983 RESURRECTION SHOW: 100 EAST VILLAGE ARTISTS, MIDDLE
COLLEGIATE CHURCH, NYC


PUBLICATIONS:
1991 THE FIRST DECADE OF THE MFA PROGRAM,
HUNTER COLLEGE , NYC, p. 67
1988 Appearances, Issue 14, reproduction of work, p. 45
1987 Catalog, THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT: THE POLITICS OF
DOMESTICITY
reproduction of work, p. 15
OTHER EXPERIENCE:
2001-2002 Painted High-End Fabrics for Jane Laug Designs
1997-2001 Painted Furniture by Commission, ” No Surface Beneath Me”
1982-1993 Art Teacher, The Day School, NYC
1980-1981 Intern, Franklin Furnace Archive, NYC

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