Glyph Orange, 2011
Ink and graphite drawing on lanaquerelle paper
30 x 23.25 in.
Courtesy of the artist
Retail Value: $2,200
Christina McPhee is a visual and media artist who interprets landscapes where human and natural assemblages clash and meet. She works in time-based media, site-specific sound, networked media, drawing, painting, photomontage and performance. McPhee’s large-scale drawings are included in the collections of the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City and Taylor Museum for Southwestern Studies, Colorado Springs. Her new media projects are in several collections, including Cornell University (Rose Goldsen Archive), Whitney Museum (Artport), New Museum (Rhizome Artbase), and Experimental Television Center, New York. Her work has been exhibited at Documenta 12, Bucharest Biennial 3, Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, 2007 Lyon Bienniale, Sara Tecchia, New York, and Thresholds Art Space, Scotland and Headlands Center for the Arts. McPhee received her BFA in painting from Kansas City Art Institute and her MFA from Boston University School for the Arts. A native of Los Angeles, she lives and works in California’s central coast.