Christine Warner
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My work is about the impermanence of life and the aging process as seen in trees and humans alike. A closer look reveals a microcosm to be explored through a variety of lenses.

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At 11:13pm on May 14, 2014, St. Charles County Arts Council said…

Hello Christine,

I am a board member at the Lillian Yahn Gallery in O'Fallon.  I am searching for local artists to show their work with us, and your page caught my attention.  I love your unique style and I hope you will consider one of our special summer shows so that you can see what a great space we have.  I am attaching two CFA for our 14 day events.  Let me know if this is something that will interest you and feel free to stop by our Gallery to take a look.  Thanks so much for your time.

Lynne Beseau

At 11:13pm on May 14, 2014, St. Charles County Arts Council said…

At 1:12pm on September 4, 2009, Mark D'Harlingue said…
Nice work .... Like the blend of the figure with nature.
At 12:32am on June 16, 2009, Silke Renate Lienhardt said…
Exellent work! Ausgezeichnet! Ja wunderbar!
At 8:41pm on June 13, 2009, Milton Thomas Loessberg said…
Christine, we met a couple times at the Marbles Gallery....looking at your images reminds me of many of the fascinating trees that i have known while living in California during the 80s and 90s....there are some around Monterey Bay called Ghost Trees....and the Calif. Live Oaks around Santa Barbara are amazing to behold, the way they twist and turn. I hope you can come see my photography show July 11. Some different images, i am told. Phoenix Potteries in Affton.
At 12:26pm on February 18, 2009, Deanna Nash said…
Thank you. If you want to see more my website is Enjoy!
At 10:28pm on February 17, 2009, Morton J. May Foundation Gallery said…
glad to see you here!

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