Christine Neill grew up in New England and after initially studied biology at Skidmore College, graduated with a BS in Art. It was a natural transition for her from the examination of biological process in a lab to metaphorically visualizing those processes as imagery in paintings and prints. She dates her interest in the effects of climate change to early studies of the environment.
Neill has exhibited widely in the United States, as well as France and Japan. The honors she has received include a Maryland State Arts Council Fellowship and the Mellon Arts Grant. Her work is included in many private and public collections and is represented in Baltimore by Goya Contemporary.
Neill is a professor at MICA and she and her designer husband, Lew Fifield, divide their time between Baltimore and New Hampshire.
Immortals: Green Lunaria, Bouganvillea Rose, Achmea
Balance Stones, Balance of Resolve, Balance of Destiny
Night Photos: Night Bog, Malacon Dog
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