Christine Style
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ABOUT Christine Style​
My printmaking studio is in Green Bay, Wisconsin. I am Professor Emerita at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.  My MFA in printmaking is from UW-Milwaukee and my BS in art is from UW-Madison.  
I am a member of 
Vox Populi Print Collective
Wisconsin Visual Artists (WVA) and am currently the NE Chapter Chair (2024-), 
Miller Art Museum Acquisitions Committee, 
Print Forum at the Milwaukee Art Museum,
the Mid America Print Council.  
My work was included in the 2020 Wisconsin Artists Biennial.

I have taken university and community students to SRISA in Florence, Italy for Arts Italy: Studio Art Intensive 11 times and continue this relationship after retirement.  I have been involved with the Nek Chand Foundation since 2000 and took a more active role in 2011 when my husband, Anton (Tony) Rajer passed away, but have not been active in this for a few years. 

Please contact me if you want to know more about my work.
Princess Poppy Ponders Potted Plants (Ode to Water)
Steamroller woodcut with chine colle on pre-painted Kozo paper     49" x 30"        2023, 
Printed at the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum
Birdgirl Contemplates Nature
Hand printed Really Big Print, with chine colle on Mulberry paper,  
49" x 30"    2021
Blurb Book available:  Christine Style Retrospective: A Passion for Prints & Drawings was an exhibit in the Lawton Gallery, UW-Green-Bay in February/March 2020. A printed 48 page book is available through Blurb with essays by Annemarie Sawkins and Carol Emmons.