Open studios March 2011

Canadian artist Christie Kirchner showed „Secret Futures“, a collection of drawings created by the artist during a 5-week residency at the Nes artist studios last night.  For the past month, Christie has drawn inspiration from Skagaströnd’s dramatic landscapes and its powerful mythological history to develop this new body of work.  The delicate and meticulous drawings in „Secret Futures“ use historic symbols and mythological references to explore themes of prophetic magic, our collective pasts and futures, memory, and loss.


Christie Kirchner is a Calgary, Alberta based multi-disciplinary artist. Christie’s work explores her relationship with the body through visceral and personally symbolic drawings, prints, paintings and collage.  Her work references ideas of collective history, metaphysics, and mythology in relation to corporeal anatomy and the human experience.  She graduated with a major in Drawing from the Alberta College of Art and Design’s Bachelor of Fine Arts program, with distinction, in 2009.  She lives and works in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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