"Who Will Win" by Christine Frisbee, Oil on Canvas
36" x 36"
Oil on Canvas
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
The process that I take is intuitive whether I am thinking of water or forests or architecture or homes. I paint in a quiet sunny studio without music. I feel I can hear the colors. My best work comes when I hear what I should paint. Coming from a large family the environment in which we live and how we live our lives is of upmost importance in my mind. I am conscious of how we speak and react to people around us. I attempt to relate this in my paintings with color and harmony. The large strokes are emotions that drive us and the smaller lines, shapes and stokes are the influences that create our thoughts and reactions. The total brush strokes on the canvas reflect our character and total being. The colors and shapes are who we are. It is a canvas of our personality. That is how I express my art.
I attempt to relate emotions in my paintings with color and harmony. The large strokes are emotions that drive us and the smaller lines, shapes and stokes are the influences that create our thoughts and reactions. The brush strokes on the painting “My Way Home” is a map that brings us home, in that we seek to return us back to our place of peace and safety, away from the confusion of the covid crisis.
Christine Frisbee - CV
Christine began painting at 14 and continued until she had her first solo show in 2010. Christine received her Bachelor of Arts at Fairfield University, CT, graduating cum laude. She went on to receive an MBA from University of Connecticut’s Executive Program.
Most of her adult life Christine raised five children. She went back to get a graduate degree after losing a child to leukemia and started working for the Yale School of Medicine as the Coordinator of the Unrelated Bone Marrow Transplant program, and then became the Administrator for the Yale School of Medicine Bone Marrow and Transplant Program. After leaving that she resumed her painting.
She studied art at The Art Students League and The National Arts Museum in New York and Silvermine Guild Arts in New Canaan, CT. She has studied with Joseph McGurl, Jonathan McPhillips, Peter Bonner, Dimitri Wright and Dennis Rafferty. In sculpture she studied with Aslan and Michael Keropian.
Selected Juried Shows:
Katonah Museum Artists Association, Katonah, NY 2022
Hyannisport Club Show, Hyannis Port, MA 2022
Cahoon Museum Show, Cotuit, MA 2022
Osterville Museum Show, Osterville, MA 2022
Katonah Museum Show, Katonah, NY 2021
Osterville Museum Show, Osterville, MA 2021
CCNS Art Show 2021, Rowayton, CT 2021
Katonah Museum Show, Katonah, NY 2020
Osterville Museum Show, Osterville, MA 2020
Katonah Museum Show, Katonah, NY 2019
Carriage Barn Art Show, New Canaan, CT Oct. 2019
Cahoon Museum Show 2019, Cotuit, MA
Osterville Museum Show, Osterville MA 2019
CCNS Art Show, Rowayton, CT June 2019
Osterville Historical Museum, Osterville, MA July 2018
CCNS Art Show, Rowayton, CT May 2018
Bedford Art Show, Bedford, NY, January 2018
Katonah Museum Art Show 2017
National Association of Women Artists Gallery, New York, NY October 2017
Junior League of Boston 2017 Designer Show House, Belmont, MA October 2017
Osterville Historical Museum Show, Osterville, MA July 2017
CCNS Art Show, Rowayton, CT 2017
Massachusetts General Hospital Art Program, Boston, MA February 2017-May 2017
Cahoon Museum of American Art, Botanica Exhibition, Cotuit, MA September 2017
Provincetown Art Association, Members Exhibition, Provincetown, MA October 2017
Endicott College Art Show, Beverly, MA June 2016
Crayola Gallery, Bethlehem, PA March 2016
New York Public Library Exhibit, New York, NY March 2016
Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cotuit, MA January 2016
Rockport Art Association, Rockport, MA October 2015
National Association of Women Artists Centennial Show, New York, NY October 2015
Cahoon Museum Brush Off, Cotuit, MA June 2015
The Armory Art Center, Palm Beach, FL March 2015
Faneuil Hall, Boston, MA, August 2014
Creative Arts Center Brush-Off, Chatham, MA July 2014
Wianno Art Exhibit, Osterville, MA July 2014
Hub-Robeson Galleries, Penn State University, State College, PA April 2014
National Association of Women Artists, New York, NY November 2013
Solo Exhibit, Osterville Village Library, Osterville, MA August 2013
National Association of Women Artists N.A.W.A.
Provincetown Art Association, Provincetown, MA
Katonah Art Museum
Carriage Barn Art Association, New Canaan, CT
Arts Foundation of Cape Cod
Bedford Village Gallery and Frame, Bedford, NY
Birdsey on the Cape, Osterville, MA
Windham Fine Arts, Windham, NY
Artwork in many private collections around the country.
Honor: Christine has been chosen as a 2017 artist for the Mass General Hospital Cancer Center