Christine Style
HOME      Monotypes     Woodcuts      Large-Scale Woodcuts      Digital/Encaustic       Intaglio       Dimensional Prints        Ruth E. Muehlmeier
My printmaking studio is in Green Bay, Wisconsin.  End of December 2018, I retired from 31 years of teaching printmaking, drawing and 2D Design as a Professor 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 Printmaking Collective and the Mid America Print Council.  My work was included in the 2020 Wisconsin Biennial.   

Christine Style Retrospective: A Passion for Prints & Drawings was an exhibit in the Lawton Gallery, UW-Green-Bay and a printed catalog, available through Blurb (Christine Style Retrospective catalog) with essays by Annemarie Sawkins and Carol Emmons.  

I exhibit work regionally, nationally and internationally. I currently do not have gallery representation. In December 2018, 13 of my works became part of the Miller Art Museum Permanent Collection (Sturgeon Bay, WI). 
I have been on the State Board for Wisconsin Visual Artists for over 20 years, was President and am part of the NE Chapter of WVA.  With WVA I was the Wisconsin Artists Biennial chair or co-chair in 2018, 2016, 2014, and 2009.  
I am also a member of Print Forum, a support group with the Milwaukee Art Museum and currently on the board.    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 and what I'm doing post retirement. 
Christine Style
Fetish Figure Fondles Flowers
letter 'F' for the Devil's Dictionary Print Portfolio
organized by Vox Populi Print Collective
20 x 15 inches  3-color woodcut