Christine Harrison

Joined Artfinder: May 2021

Artworks for sale: 33

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United Kingdom

About Christine Harrison

 
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  • Biography

    My practice started in earnest in 2007, re-igniting a passion held for many years. For me visual connection is a key response to living; art represents a simple yet profound compulsion in human life – to express. I enjoy versatility in this expression and honing my response to my initial inspiration often dictates the medium I choose to work with. My work enables me to explore the tension between technical discipline and spontaneity. Colour, layering and texture are important features in my work and I enjoy the versatility of acrylic paint for this reason. My figurative work is landscape based and abstract work often starts with a visual memory of landscape or place and includes tone, colour and texture. Abstract work evolves in a semi-conscious way from there. I often get visual inspiration during meditation. I hope my work invites the viewer in - to look at detail, as well as enjoying the visual impact from a distance.  





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    2012

    Eastern Approaches

    Double prize winner for original print
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    Event: Year round representation

    Dates: Jan. 2, 2017 - Feb. 28, 2022

    Venue: The Art Nest Gallery, 4 - 5 West Alley, Hitchin, SG5 1 EG

    My work has been displayed at the Art Nest since 2017

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Awards

2012

Eastern Approaches

Double prize winner for original print

There are no upcoming events

Show previous events Hide previous events

Previous events

Event: Year round representation

Dates: Jan. 2, 2017 - Feb. 28, 2022

Venue: The Art Nest Gallery, 4 - 5 West Alley, Hitchin, SG5 1 EG

My work has been displayed at the Art Nest since 2017


 

Biography

My practice started in earnest in 2007, re-igniting a passion held for many years. For me visual connection is a key response to living; art represents a simple yet profound compulsion in human life – to express. I enjoy versatility in this expression and honing my response to my initial inspiration often dictates the medium I choose to work with. My work enables me to explore the tension between technical discipline and spontaneity. Colour, layering and texture are important features in my work and I enjoy the versatility of acrylic paint for this reason. My figurative work is landscape based and abstract work often starts with a visual memory of landscape or place and includes tone, colour and texture. Abstract work evolves in a semi-conscious way from there. I often get visual inspiration during meditation. I hope my work invites the viewer in - to look at detail, as well as enjoying the visual impact from a distance.