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This painting is framed oil on linen on panel. The  5" x 5" artwork is fitted into a 6" x 6" light wooden floated frame. The framed artwork is ready to hang.

Christina Weaver (born 1987) grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. She studied painting and drawing at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia and earned a Master of Fine Arts in Painting from Indiana University Bloomington. She has received the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant for artists who work representationally and was awarded the Scheidt Memorial Travel Scholarship in 2011. In 2015 she was a resident artist at Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio, and she has taught art in a variety of settings. Her paintings are exhibited nationwide and are collected worldwide, and her work has been featured in The Artist’s Magazine, Southwest Art, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. Christina lives near Waynesville, North Carolina, in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Flowers and foliage provide rich opportunities for the study of color, shape, form, and light. The ever-changing nature of living subjects requires and enables a surrender of control. Collected observations become memories the moment they are depicted. The direction of the image is unpredictable, and the painting emerges as document of both subject and experience.

December Dandelion

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This painting is framed oil on linen on panel. The  5" x 5" artwork is fitted into a 6" x 6" light wooden floated frame. The framed artwork is ready to hang.

Christina Weaver (born 1987) grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. She studied painting and drawing at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia and earned a Master of Fine Arts in Painting from Indiana University Bloomington. She has received the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant for artists who work representationally and was awarded the Scheidt Memorial Travel Scholarship in 2011. In 2015 she was a resident artist at Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio, and she has taught art in a variety of settings. Her paintings are exhibited nationwide and are collected worldwide, and her work has been featured in The Artist’s Magazine, Southwest Art, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. Christina lives near Waynesville, North Carolina, in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Flowers and foliage provide rich opportunities for the study of color, shape, form, and light. The ever-changing nature of living subjects requires and enables a surrender of control. Collected observations become memories the moment they are depicted. The direction of the image is unpredictable, and the painting emerges as document of both subject and experience.