I finished sculpting now ready for some paint. As I worked I was not feeling the Thunderbird vibe. This creature seemed like she was trying to escape something, not create a storm. I came across the Alkonost and this felt
My work is featured on page 66. There is some amazing work in this issue! I look forward to seeing more. You can see it online here: https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/58135800/issue-2-april-2017- You can download this issue free here: http://bit.ly/2plfEH9
Although Medusa is often portrayed in pop culture as a monster, she has another side less often talked about. Medusa was once a beautiful priestess of Athena until her vow of chastity was broken by Poseidon, god of the sea.
I was really excited that Shared Beginnings won Best in Show in the Mid Atlantic competition. Many people have asked me what it was about, so I will say a little about it here. Shared Beginnings is about duality
So happy to see that “It’s Soup” sold! I was hoping it would because MOCA is our best local contemporary art museum. Was happy to donate the piece and hope that my small donation help keep things running!
From the jurors of Dia de los Muertos: The Art of Remembrance, Gabriel and Scarlett Pons (PONSHOP Art Studio and Gallery, Fredericksburg, VA): “Best in Show: Regeneration by Christine Harris The strength of this work lies in the careful craftsmanship
I was surprised to learn that I won Best in Show for Regeneration (pictured also on their poster). I went to pick up my work today from the Target Gallery in Alexandria and had no idea! Wish I could have
So excited that I was asked to do more miniatures for Small Works: Miniatures by Hampton Roads Artists! Here they are from left to right, Talk to Me, Trusting and Soft Rabbit.
From left to right: Fauna, Listen and Warm Shoulder These all sold the first week the show was up! The Charles H. Taylor Arts Center asked for 3 more and I am making them. They will be at the
I was recently mentioned in a review by Michelle Repper for a show titled “Storyteller: Tales in Art and Fiction”at the Linda Matney Gallery in Williamsburg, VA. Here is the excerpt from the review: “Christine K. Harris creates otherwordly sculptural