Artist Profile: Christine Collier Trevino

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Flint Hills SymphonyTitle: Flint Hills Symphony

Medium:Watercolor

Size:18" x 20"

Price:$700.00

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Evolution Moa NaTitle: Evolution Moa Na

Medium:Watercolor

Size:18" x 20"

Price:$900.00

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Early StartTitle: Early Start

Medium:Watercolor

Size:18" x 20"

Price:$900.00

Cozy CorgisTitle: Cozy Corgis

Medium:Watercolor

Size:10" x 8"

Price:Sold

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Missouri EtudeTitle: Missouri Etude

Medium:Watercolor

Size:40" x 30"

Price:NFS

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St Louis CathedralTitle: St Louis Cathedral

Medium:Watercolor

Size:18" x 20"

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Crossing OverTitle: Crossing Over

Medium:Watercolor

Size:18 x 20

Price:$800.00

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Grey PartridgesTitle: Grey Partridges

Medium:Reproduction / Reproduction on canvas

Size:18" x 20"

Price:$80.00

Sun DozeTitle: Sun Doze

Medium:Watercolor

Size:10" x 8"

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Symbols and SypherTitle: Symbols and Sypher

Medium:Reproduction / Reproduction on canvas

Size:8" x 10"

Price:$80.00

Christine Collier Trevino

1776 EASTERN HILLS DR
MANHATTAN, KS 66502-9366

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Bio:

A graduate of Austin Peay State University, over the years she has experimented with different media such as sculpture, oil, pastels, watercolors, monotype and intaglio printmaking, pen and ink, medieval stained glass, etching and graphite drawings, producing the majority of her work as watercolor or graphite. She is best known for her accurate and sensitive treatment of horses and her work is collected by many sporting art fanciers in America. She spends most of her time with a new piece in the planning stages, deciding on the composition and the media that will best relay the emotions of the piece. “Once the problems are worked out in my mind, the actual process of putting the image down takes very little time. But I may spend 6 months to a year thinking about a piece!” Christine worked 28 years in the federal government as a Visual Information Specialist. She was an illustrator for the Military Review journal and several of the graphics she produced during that time were picked up and published by a national clip art company. She was the Community Director of the arts, photography, and crafts programs in Mainz Germany from 1982-1985. She has had work exhibited several times with the prestigious American Academy of Equine Artists. Her work has graced the covers of The Chronicle of the Horse, Flying Changes, USDF Connections, and she was the topic of several articles in such noted publications as Dressage Today, Sidelines, and others. The United States Dressage Federation selected her work for the corporation's Christmas card twice and promoted her as the featured artist at the 2004 annual convention. 2014 awarded Best Kansas Artist, First place in Pastels, and the Walter Bebout Memorial from the prestigious international competition Art Show At the Dog Show, Wichita for her oil pastel "Ich Bin Ein Berliner". The year 2015 has been equally rewarding, again the Art Show at the Dog Show awarded her watercolor "Sun Doze" First place in Watercolors and the Walter Bebout Memorial.