Christine Shockley

Christine Shockley

Artwork

Ariel's World, 2018
Christine Shockley

Ariel's World, 2018

36 x 36 in

Cloud Cover, 2019
Christine Shockley

Cloud Cover, 2019

30 x 48 in

Grapefruit, 2019
Christine Shockley

Grapefruit, 2019

30 x 20 in

Jelly Bean, 2019
Christine Shockley

Jelly Bean, 2019

40 x 30 in

Spring Shower, 2018
Christine Shockley

Spring Shower, 2018

24 x 36 in

Celadon, 2019
Christine Shockley

Celadon, 2019

36 x 36 in

Cotton Gin, 2018
Christine Shockley

Cotton Gin, 2018

6 x 6 in

In Between, 2019
Christine Shockley

In Between, 2019

24 x 36 in

Peach Sorbet, 2018
Christine Shockley

Peach Sorbet, 2018

40 x 30 in

The Marsh
Christine Shockley

The Marsh

48 x 60 in

Cherry Blossoms, 2019
Christine Shockley

Cherry Blossoms, 2019

40 x 30 in

Dinner For Two, 2018
Christine Shockley

Dinner For Two, 2018

24 x 24 in

Indulgence, 2019
Christine Shockley

Indulgence, 2019

48 x 36 in

Picnic, 2018
Christine Shockley

Picnic, 2018

40 x 30 in

Windswept, 2019
Christine Shockley

Windswept, 2019

40 x 30 in

Chick, 2019
Christine Shockley

Chick, 2019

24 x 18 in

Fire Flies, 2019
Christine Shockley

Fire Flies, 2019

40 x 30 in

Italain Sunflowers, 2018
Christine Shockley

Italain Sunflowers, 2018

8 x 10 in

Spring Budding, 2019
Christine Shockley

Spring Budding, 2019

30 x 40 in

Yellow Bellied Cocoo, 2018
Christine Shockley

Yellow Bellied Cocoo, 2018

48 x 24 in

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Christine Shockley
Chris Shockley was born and raised in Griffin, Georgia, a small town 50 miles south of Atlanta. Encouraged by her mother who is a self-taught artist, Chris had an opportunity to experiment with painting at a very young age. She studied under Lamar Dodd while completing her Masters degree at the University of Georgia. ​Chris loves to paint very simple scenes and is inspired by trips to Amish and rural communities. Her paintings capture the rustic beauty of the white clapboard houses, red barns, and simple Amish life set within freshly plowed fields. She has also found an intrigue with plein-air landscape painting after several painting excursions to the countryside in Vermont and Georgia. Oil and pastel are the preferred medium for her paintings. Chris exhibited at the 2003 and 2004 Lyndon House juried exhibition as well as the 2004, 2005, 2008 Southworks juried exhibition. ​Her home also serves as Black Rooster Art Gallery located in a rural setting outside of Athens, Georgia. ​
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