Christine Fontenot: Favorite Subjects Exhibit
On Display Until July 29
Light refreshments served
Floor 3 - Cousins Gallery
Favorite Subjects is an exhibition of recent paintings by local artist Christine Fontenot. A collection of works that reflects her love of color while exploring figurative, floral and still-life genres, it seeks to remind us of the beauty that abounds in our everyday lives.
Saturday, July 23, 1-4 p.m.
Christine Fontenot is a native of colorful Colorado. Her love for bright colors began at the tender age of 2 1/2, when she would separate her hair barrettes into groups by color. Her artistic gift was discovered and encouraged by her parents at an early age. She began taking private art lessons with local artist Sally Bartalot at the age of seven, where she was introduced to the "basics" of design and composition. A childhood full of value studies, color mixing and perspective exercises, drawing and painting from life became the foundation for her lifelong love of art. Having a thirst for artistic knowledge and a passion for color, she studied with Bartalot for eleven years. In 2004, she came to the Art Students League of Denver, where she has continued her artistic development. She feels blessed to be able to learn from and study with amazingly talented artists like Mitch Caster, Mark Daily, Ron Hicks and Jane Jones.
For more information contact Christine at 720-443-1908, email@example.com or visit her website www.ChristineFontenot.com.
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