Events, ideas and music are sometimes a starting point for my work. Color and texture are paramount and I allow each piece to develop and morph as it will. Whether painting, creating a collage or making sculpture, it is a similar voyage. Accidental results are embraced and I welcome the magic which often happens during the process.   


Education: Chabot College, Hayward CA—AA in Liberal Arts 1974
Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA—sculpture, ceramics and jewelry  1976 
​California State University, Hayward, CA—
Bachelor in Fine Arts—printmaking 1979

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​Exhibits:
Tony Lema Golf Course, Monarch Bay, San Leandro CA    July-November 2015
Exhibition of Abstract Oils/Acrylics on Canvas and wood panels  

Tony Lema Golf Course, Monarch Bay, San Leandro CA    Jan—June 2015
Exhibition of 5 Golf Course Oil Landscapes

​​​Studio 57, Solano Ave   Aug-Sept  2014  Albany CA  TWELVE, 6 paintings and 6 sculptures    
​​Alameda County Fair, 1994 Pleasanton—Photography 2nd place 

EXHIBITION 88 - Sun Gallery & Hayward Area Forum of the Arts, Hayward CA
26TH Annual Juried Exhibition for Northern California Artists, April 1988

38TH Annual San Francisco Arts Festival, San Francisco CA      August 1984  

Northern California Regional Print Competition, March 1984
Lucy Berman Gallery, Palo Alto, CA (2ND place - Lithography)

Australian - Bay Area Student Exchange Exhibition (Lithography, Bye Bye Love)
sponsored by the World Print Gallery May 1983 - June 1985

Three Person Show - Chabot College Art Gallery, Hayward CA April—May 1982

Women Artist Springfield, ILL May 2—June  1981 (Etching/chine colle 2 Windows)

18TH Bradley National, Peoria, ILL Feb—March 1981 (Etching - Safeway Special)

Livermore Art Association Dimensions 1980 Livermore, CA
Oct 1980 (Honorable Mention & 3RD place - Graphics Letter from Cheryl & 2 Windows  

California Printmaking & Paper - A Survey, Reese Bullen Art Gallery, Arcata CA
April 8  1980 (3RD place - Etching/Aquatint 2 Windows)

Hayward Festival of the Arts, Hayward CA May 1979
(2ND place - Graphics  School Days)





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christina knapp