Starting with a photograph Christine reduces digital information to create a clear composition of geometric abstraction with intense colour and bold forms.
"Hard-edge painting emerged in the 1950s as a reaction to the emotional, painterly or gestural forms of abstract expressionism. This series is an an homage to the hard-edge geometric abstraction of artists such as Ellsworth Kelly, Frank Stella and Kenneth Noland whose paintings were made up of monochromatic fields of clean-edged colour where all that matters is form, line, colour and their own interaction."
Following a career as a camerawoman which spanned shooting music videos for MTV to documentary filming in Burma, Christine has developed a unique style with a bold contemporary edge. She trained at London College of Printing (Foundation in Graphic Design); North East London Polytechnic (BA Hons Communication Design) and Middlesex University (Postgraduate Diploma in Film and Television). Her work has been exhibited in the UK, USA and China and is also in collections in Belgium, the Netherlands and Indonesia.