Artist, Christine Binns, paints abstract, contemporary works that have had "profound, emotional impacts" on her viewers.  Her paintings are rich with color and expression and we cannot wait to see more of them at Small Space Fest.

Artist Statement: "To be completely candid, while recognizing the risk of not sounding "artsy" enough for some...I am not a tortured artist. I do not claim to reach into my darkest depths for inspiration, I simply reach into any one of the nearby containers of paint and choose a color. I would be lying if I said I paint with absolute intent, raw emotion or with  a pet monkey feeding me pistachios....I know, hard to believe. I can't honestly begin to explain my position in this, except to say I am just a (very humbled, happy and grateful) vehicle to a very intentional and all-knowing Artist, I call him God.

I was absolutely ignorant to the importance of art expression until when I stood confused, touched and forever changed.....the day that first person was literally brought to tears, as they shared their interpretation of the piece I'd done. This is the unexplainable position I mentioned earlier and the reason I can't imagine ever not creating. 
I love the mess, the beauty, the possibilities, the release of control and the unknowing...It's all pretty much the opposite of bad. "

See more of her work at Small Space Fest on June 20th, 2016.

Website: Here