Painter and printmaker Christine Koch draws her inspiration and imagery from Canada’s mountain and northern environments, where she has travelled as Visiting Artist with scientific research teams. Her work interprets the dramatic geology and geomorphology of some of Canada’s most iconic wild places, including Gros Morne National Park, northern Labrador, Baffin Island, the Yukon, and the Rocky Mountains.
She has exhibited nation-wide in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Her paintings and original prints are in prominent public collections, including the Canada Council Art Bank, The Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Glenbow Museum, and The Fogg Art Museum. Her work is also found in governmental and corporate collections across the country, and in private collections worldwide.
In addition to her studio work, her career has involved academic scholarship, art administration, curating, jurying, critical writing, teaching, and conducting workshops.
Landscape Dreaming features mixed-media varied edition prints, hybrid works combining paint and print media.
Christine Koch is originally from Edmonton and received her BFA from the University of Alberta. She lives in Newfoundland, and divides her time between studios in St. John’s and in Woody Point, Gros Morne National Park.
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