Christine Schub, a self taught artist, holds a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Florida. She has been a professional artist for thirty five years. Her work is included in many private, corporate and museum collections. Her work was recently acquired by the Kellogg's Eye Institute in Ann Arbor, Michigan to be included in their prestigious collection. Her paintings have travelled the world and have been displayed through the State Department's Art in Embassy's Program in the American Embassy Museum Bandar Seri Bagawan in Brunei. Other museum exhibits include the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut, the Cooperstown Museum in Cooperstown, New York, the Washinton Square Travelling Art Exhibit, New York City, New York, the Henley-Southeastern Spectrum in Winston-Salem, North Carolina as well as many other venues. She has had many one-woman shows in Florida, Louisiana, New York, North Carolina and Toronto, Canada. Her latest exhibition "Urban Esthetics"was held at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, West Virginia.
Christine spends her time in her two studios...one is located on Amelia Island in downtown Fernandina Beach where she can walk to the Atlantic Ocean or the Intracoastal Waterway. The other studio is nestled in a quiet (no cell service!)spot in the Blue Ridge Mountains in the far Northeast corner of Tennessee