Regina Christie makes luminous, abstract paintings that are built up

through layers of oil paint on linen conveying a compression of time and

space and place.

Regina first studied painting with Walter Kuhlman while sharing his studio.                                                      

  For 8 years she studied with Chester Arnold at the College of Marin.  She

attended Sonoma State University, where she worked with Mark Perlman. 

Regina was a student of Connie Smith Siegel for 12 years, and her drawings

and paintings were included in Smith Siegel’s book "The Spirit of Drawing".

Her continued exploration has led her paintings to be included in a number

of highly selective juried shows in Northern California.  These include “Out

of the Blue,” (juried by Ruth Braunstein) at Gallery Route One in Point Reyes

Station, and the Annual Fall Exhibition (juried by Andrea Schwartz) at  Falkirk

Cultural Center in San Rafael and "Fresh Art" (juried by Rene de Guzman)

at Marin Society of Artist's Gallery in Ross.

Regina’s paintings have been exhibited in California and Hawaii.  Her early

work was shown at Lahaina Gallery in Maui and Images Gallery in Pebble

Beach.   Later her work was selected for “The Faces of the Fallen” exhibition,

curated by Chester Arnold.  This exhibit first showed at the College of Marin,

and went on to tour the United States.  Her work was also selected for a

group exhibition at the University Gallery at the University of

California, Long Beach.  

Regina is a member of the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art.  She was a

long-term member and facilitator for the Artist Conference Network.

Regina Christie  lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.  She was born

near Dresden, Germany, grew up in Hamburg, and then moved to the

United States.