The show at the Foundry Lofts was a huge sucess! Thank you to everyone who helped put it together. The photographer Sam Robles (www.samrobles.com
) did an excellent job. The photographs from the event will be up soon as a new gallery here. In the meantime visit the following link to view them:
I am moving the studio south 20 minutes to Fort Lauderdale! I have recently added two new galleries of artworks, which I have been working on this past year.
I participated in my first outdoor (tents) art festival here in Weston, FL. The show was a success, as I sold many pieces of my new Florida fauna and flora work, priced between $600 to $900. See the pieces in the last gallery under the artworks tab.
I was commissioned by the Visual Arts Director of Lincoln Center in NYC to do a piece for their gallery. This piece will also be shown at Art Basel Miami next December.
I've moved! Lihanstudio is now located in Pompano Beach, Florida. My family all live here in South Florida and I missed the ocean. Please check the artworks page for recently added new pieces. Also check back here for upcoming gallery show updates.
May 3rd, 2008:
Christina was selected to participate in the National Juried Show in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. The opening reception was May 3, 2008 at the Walter Greer Gallery.
Christina was selected to participate in the National Juried Show "A Sense of Place". The show was at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art in Augusta, Georgia.
Christina was awarded a two month Artist in Residency at the Cat'Art Center in southwestern France in the Midi Pyrennees. She has postponed this project and will hopefully be able to fulfill the project in 2009.
Christina won second place in the Annual National Juried Show "Architecture in Art". The show was in Memphis, Tennessee, by the Memphis Germantown Art League.
September 21st, 2006:
IIDA (International Interior Design Association)
'Trash 2 Treasure" benefit for the Beltline Partnership. Christina Lihan's donated entry won the award for "Most Creative", and fetched a handsome sum for the Beltline project!
February through March, 2006:
Christina was chosen to participate in "Architectural Art", an exhibition at the Brown Art Gallery at Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia.