Friday, October 27, 2017
Well, not really. But due to some Village Artisans schedule shifting - my show gets to stay up a bit longer than planned. It's now up through Monday, Nov. 6 (I'll be there taking it down early afternoon on Tues. 11/7). So if you didn't get a chance to see it sooner - you can now see it later!
Saturday, September 30, 2017
I'm having a solo show of my 2-D and 3-D work at the Village Artisans Gallery next month. Here is the show's postcard for all relevant info. Hope you can catch it!
Also, my current show at the Meadowlark Restaurant in Dayton is up for another week - I take it down next Sunday after their brunch! Thanks for those of you who've seen it and sent me nice comments - I really appreciate them!
Saturday, June 10, 2017
The show was a bit of a challenge to install (to say the least) but I think it looks great (ahem) on those gorgeous walls. It's been up for a month now and I had a really nice sale the other day. Maybe I'll get lucky and have a few more. Stop by sometime if you get a chance - just walk around, dine if you like (great food), and let me know what you think. Several friends have done that already and it's really nice to get the feedback!
Pam Dillon wrote a nice article about my show that was in the Sunday, 7/9/17, Dayton Daily News. Thanks Pam!
I've been painting up a storm and enjoying it immensely. It's been a great learning experience - and escape. The image above is of a 28" x 28" mixed media painting titled "Under Sea 1."
I'll be showing it and more of my recent work - abstract and otherwise - at the Meadowlark Restaurant (at 5531 Far Hills Avenue, Dayton, OH 45429) from July 11 - October 8, 2017. The show is titled (what else?): "Approaching Abstractions 2 - New Paintings by Christine Klinger." Many of these were at my recent show at the Yellow Springs Brewery - but many were not alive yet. I may or may not have a reception; if I do it will be very informal and I'll tell you about it later. In any case - I hope you can catch the show!
Sunday, March 5, 2017
I'm having a solo show at the Yellow Springs Brewery at 305 N. Walnut Street in Yellow Springs, OH. The show is titled Approaching Abstraction - New Paintings by Christine Klinger. It will run from April 3 - 30. The reception ("Art Party") will be Friday, April 21, 7 - 9 PM. Hope you can catch it!
Sunday, January 15, 2017
I've been invited to do a solo show of my paintings at the Yellow Springs Senior Center, 227 Xenia Ave., from 1/20 - 2/28/17. It opens with a free reception on the third Friday (most common date for YS events), 1/20, 4 - 7 PM. Here's an image of one of the pieces that will be in the show (of all Yellow Springs scenes): Homeland, oil, 18" x 24". Hope you can catch it!
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Blue Flower 2, acrylic on canvas, 12" square, C. Klinger
BASIC ACRYLIC PAINTING
Thursdays, 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
December 1, 8, and 15, 2016 and March 16, 23, and 30 at 1:30-3:30pm
Instructor: Christine Klinger
Learn the basics of working in acrylic paint in this fun and helpful 3-session course at Yellow Springs Public Library. Subjects covered include the theme, composition and light quality of your paintings, as well as tools and materials, basic color theory, and the flexibility and nature of acrylics. Depending on interest, we can paint simple still lifes and landscapes. All materials you need will be provided, but feel free to bring in a few simple items to make your own personal still life and photographs or magazines or books showing simple landscapes you would like to paint. All levels are welcome.
Christine is a Yellow Springs resident, an active visual artist, and a current member of the Village Artisans Cooperative in Yellow Springs. She has taught art at Rosewood Arts Centre in Kettering, Riverbend Art Center, the Dayton Art Institute, and colleges in Ohio and California. She currently works in both oils and acrylics. To see some of Christine’s work, visit Village Artisans Gallery or Christine’s web site: klingerart.com.
Note: The December course is full (with a waitlist) but the March course may be available.
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
I recently delivered a big commissioned painting - see left - to the huge, brand new Dayton Children's Hospital south of Dayton. The painting(s) are 5 - 30" x 30" panels that line up together and I titled it "When Fish Fly." Many other artists from Greene, Montgomery and surrounding counties were selected for the commissions and I was honored to be amongst them. There will be a few media and public receptions for dedication of the gorgeous building and its new artwork. I'm thinking/hoping this will all be publicized soon. It was a fun challenge!