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Christa Hunter SWA, SSSSelected artist profile information for this contemporary German Sculptor
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About Christa HunterBorn in Stuttgart - has a background of painting, drawing, collage, porcelain and terracotta, and her work reflects and evokes her love of the natural and gentle memories of her childhood. Usually cast in resin bronze, though her commissions are in bronze.
Exhibition History of Christa HunterShe has exhibited for many years at various exhibitions in Surrey and Berkshire. In 1994 she was invited to become a member of the Society of Woman Artists, where she had exhibited several time in previous years.
During 1994 some of her sculptures were shown at the Medici Gallery and in 1996 she had a solo exhibition in North London. Her work was also included in a joint exhibition with SWA at the Century Gallery in Datchet.
In 1997 her life size sculpture "Country Child" was selected for the Surrey Sculpture Society Exhibition at the Royal Horticultural Society, Wisley, where the remaining edition sold out.
In 1998 apart from several local exhibitions and a more permanent display of her work at Holme Grange Gallery, Wokingham, small sculptures were on show at the Chelsea Show, with size sculptures of children, again a Wisley, the Harrods Picture Gallery and The Gallery, Virginia Water.
Biography / CV of Christa HunterChrista was born in Stuttgart, Germany in 1943. Art was soon her favourite subject but due to her fathers early death and financial constraints, she was unable to study at University and instead embarked with a secretarial career.
She cam to England in 1964 and attended various classes for drawing and painting. For several years she made collages, and it was this 3 diminsional form of art which started her interest in sculptures.
In 1983 Christa attended a sculpture course by Major Tugwell/Judy Cousins, learning also mould making and casting in bronze resin. For many years she shared a studio with Judy Cousins and three other painters and sculptors. She also joined classes at a local Adult Education Centre where she made porcelain and terracotta figures.
Price Range of WorkChrista Hunter's work has a price range from £1,800 to £2,900
Mediums utilisedChrista Hunter's work is found in the following materials:
Bronze Resin stone resin
Artwork CategorisedChrista Hunter's work is found in the following categories on site:
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures (3)
Females Women Girls Ladies Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines (2)
Children Child Babies Infants Toddlers Kids Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines (2)
Human Figurative Sculptures (2)
Wild Animals and Wild Life Sculptures
Horse Sculpture / Equines Race Horses Pack HorseCart Horses Plough Horsess
Variety of Emotional feelings depicted in Sculptures
Public Art Sculpture
Parent - Child Sculpture
Donkeys Zebras Mules Asses and Unicorns sculpture / statue
Young Animal Bird, Reptile or Amphibian and possibly Insects Statues
Badger, Otter, Beaver, Weasel, Stoat, Pine Martin, Wombat Sculptures
Garden Bird and Animal Sculptures
Contemplative, Restful, Thougtful Sculptures
Horses Outdoors, Outside, Life Size, Big, Large, Huge Sculptures Statues memorials commissions custom made
Meditation sculpture / Statues / statuettes / figurines
Happiness / Joy / Exuberance / Wild Pleasure sculpture
Love / Affection Sculpture
ArtParkS Sculpture Park Yearly exhibitionsChrista Hunter's work has been exhibited at the following yearly exhibitions held at the ArtParkS sculpture park:
2011 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2010 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2009 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2007 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2006 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2005 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2004 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
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