Illustrations. Printmaking. Photography. Sculpture.
Sketches. Children's Illustrations.
Christine has been taking art classes for as long as she can remember. She studied sculpture for a year in high school. Her training in sculpture has left a distinctive mark on her drawing and illustration style. Amongst others, Christine illustrates children's books.
Landscapes. Botanical. Travel.
Christine always brings her camera along when going to new places. Photographing buildings, sunsets, the ocean and gardens, her photographs will bring you to still unknown places or help you see familiar places in a new light.
Christine is a landscape, botanical and travel photographer. She photographs using a DSLR camera from Nikon and an old 1980's analogue camera from Canon.
Clay. Papier-maché. Wood. Stone.
Christine studied sculpture for a year in high school and she has been sculpting ever since. A lot of her sculptural work has been commissioned for a specific event or exhibition.
Christine's favorite medium is clay, but she also makes pieces out of papier-maché with wire, wood and stone. The structural and three-dimensional elements of sculpture are what excite Christine about this art form; she likes getting to turn her thoughts into tangible objects.
Christine only began oil painting in the autumn of 2020. She is currently in the process of oil painting a few impressionistic landscapes and a series of portraits of woman.
Feel free to get in touch to learn more about Christine and to discuss any projects you may want to send her way.
Prints made with due care for the planet.
10% of all proceeds from our paper products are donated to sustainable reforestation projects (excluding limited edition products with their own charity component). We offset all the CO2 omissions of the printing we do, and we print exclusively on FSC® certified or recycled paper. To eliminate the creation of dead stock and unnecessary waste, all products are printed on demand. As we therefore have slightly longer processing and delivery times, we ask that you have a bit of patience when waiting for your order to arrive.