Discover a wide array of works reflecting the natural world by artist Christine Kashuba. Pairing media to subject, Christine’s work is an exploration of the details and beauty in nature. Her work is in private collections and monoprint IP 5.6 is in the permanent collection at UBC Okanagan. Working out of her home studio Christine welcomes you to her creative space to experience works in progress. Finished works are online, at a variety of local shows, at Artsolutely or in her home studio
So what do I do in my studio? About a year ago I wondered the same thing and so I created a Studio Happenings card. On it I noted the Date, Time-in, Time-out and Activity...might seem a bit technical for an artist but I really wanted to know what my studio time looked like. I went into my studio as early as 6:00 am and as late as 9:00 pm, working anywhere from half an hour to six and a half hours. And what exactly did I do? Well, everything from pouring plaster to create a mold for paper relief to preparing work for a show, but the thing that surprised me was how much time I spent cleaning up. Hmmm...more time cleaning up than creating, so what was happening in my studio when I wasn't there?