About Me

Christine Jarvis

I didn’t set out to be an environmental artist or to create artwork relating to social commentary but as my portfolio developed and people started to review my work, the descriptions started to emerge and I began to notice a pattern I hadn’t intended but am now pleased with.  My work tends to focus on science and the environment, the deviance of man, the increasing world population, the effects of industry on the planet and the consequences this has on nature. Some of my subject matter is about people’s daily routines and a comment on human nature or anti social nature. Each project often consists of multiple works, often in a range of different media, grouped around specific themes and meanings. During research and production new areas of interest arise that lead to the next body of work.

While successfully gaining my BA Criminology degree at Colorado Mesa University, I designed an independent course in Forensic Sculpture. The process I used to rebuild an identity from skeletal remains through an amalgamation of artistry, forensic science, anthropology and anatomy ignited my love of art.

Please contact me at christinejarvis@hotmail.com.

2016 LAG Fairgrounds Art Show and Sale.     1st place Mixed Media

2016 Longmont’s Artist Guild Art Show- Colorado.    1st Place Mixed Media.

2016 Regional Fine Art Show- Juried show. Lincoln Gallery, Loveland, Co

2016 Colorado Artists Guild – Denver University Women Studies Show, Denver, Colorado

2016 Malfunction Robot Glitch Art Show- Juried at Good Thieves Press Gallery, Denver, CO

2015 Four Person Exhibition – Marriott Hotel Business Convention and Art Exhibit, Longmont, CO.

2015 Boulder Art Association Annual Juried Art Exhibit, Boulder, CO.

2015 Solo Exhibition- Longmont Chamber of Commerce, Longmont, CO.

2015 OSMP Inspired By The Land Exhibit. Juried. Open Space and Mountain Parks City of Boulder, CO.

2015 Longmont Artist’s Guild Fairgrounds Show & Sale, Longmont, CO.  1st Place Mixed Media.