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 and 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. 

Carving in progress of woodcut & 2nd color of 3 color print Fetish Figure Fondles Flowers, Dec., 2019
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