Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Tulsa Art Studio Tour Artist: Christine Sharp-Crowe

Christine Sharp-Crowe, Falling, Screenprint
Christine Sharp-Crowe – Printmaking and Textiles
Sharp-Crowe employs fine art techniques to create original home wares and textiles. After taking a printmaking class, she became fascinated by the medium. Striving to add more function to her work, she is an Interior Architecture & Design student at the Academy of Art University. She also organizes Indie Emporium, an art/craft/fashion show that takes place each fall and founded make:Tulsa, a group of crafters, artists and designers that hosts events and classes. 
Christine Sharp-Crowe in her studio
Most Important:
Sharp-Crowe strives to make art that is inspiring along with being completely functional.  Enthused by “vintage linens, cookbooks & Pyrex prints, Scandinavian Design, Art Nouveau & Art Deco, and the handmade revolution,” she exclusively uses ethical materials and practices including eco-friendly water-based inks and natural and organic fabrics.
Christine Sharp-Crowe, Screenprinted wares
Ask about:
Knitting, gardening, Indie Emporium, working on her BFA in Interior Architecture & Design

Where to find her work:,, Indie Emporium, Dwelling Spaces and Ida Red

Meet 9 artists and see their working spaces and during the Tulsa Art Studio Tour April 9 and 10. See this Art Focus Oklahoma article for more information or  for tickets. 

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