"Nothing can imitate nature, but I hope my paintings
a single quiet moment of reflection of nature at her best."
Christine Crozier's oil paintings are noted for their loose,
expressionist, brushwork and rich colors. Her award-winning landscape,
floral, and figurative paintings have attracted collectors throughout
North America, Europe and the South Pacific.
"Art is always a work in progress. My greatest joy is the constant process
of exploration and discovery that creating art requires. I especially love
painting figures in the landscape. The light and movement of the landscape
is contrasted with figures lost in thought, unaware of, or indifferent to
As well as painting fine art oils, Christine has owned and run Crozier
Studios, a decorative arts and mural company, for over 30 years. She is a
founding member of the Monterey Bay Plein Air Painters' Association (MBPAPA)
and served two terms as president of MBPAPA. She is a member of the Carmel
Art Association, is currently on the board of the Association, and has
served on the board of the Carmel Art Festival, a Plein-Air competition.
Her current work can be seen in California at Christopher Queen Galleries
in Duncans Mills, Carmel Art Association, in downtown Carmel, LyonsHead
Gallery in Carmel Valley Village.
Christine's home and artwork are featured in the Rockport Press book:
Artists' Interiors by Laurie E. Dickson.
798 Lighthouse Ave. #113
Monterey, CA 93940