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Christine Olmstead
Let It Hold Your Hand | Paintings by Christine Olmstead
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Let It Hold Your Hand | Paintings by Christine Olmstead
Let It Hold Your Hand | Paintings by Christine Olmstead
Let It Hold Your Hand | Paintings by Christine Olmstead
Let It Hold Your Hand | Paintings by Christine Olmstead

Let It Hold Your Hand - Paintings

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This piece is one of several pieces from my collection called The Divide. The whole series is a celebration of life and death. I have lost four family members and my good friend and college roommate within the last two years. Each piece in this collection is made in memorial to my lost loved ones. The title of each piece correlates to a particular speech pattern or memory associated with each person. This piece was inspired by my good friend and college roommate, who passed away in childbirth, and left behind twin baby boys. This piece is in honor of her. To read about the inspiration for this series check out my blog post on the collection: The Divide Collection

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Item Let It Hold Your Hand
As seen in Private Residence, Washington, DC
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Christine Olmstead
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Wescover creator since 2019
Abstract art focused on seeking peace, choosing light, and bringing beauty into the lives of my collectors.

Christine Olmstead is a conceptual and abstract mixed-media artist based in Northern Virginia. Her works have been widely exhibited across the United States since she released her first collection in 2015. Olmstead describes her paintings as “internal landscapes” that attempt to give tangible form to inner emotions and universal experiences that include unbridled joy, grief, and heartbreak. She produces her works through a meditative process and devotes particular attention to movement, light, color, and sound. Olmstead views her paintings as restorative icons that remind viewers to seek peace and promote healing in their lives. Olmstead was named a 2022 Repaint History winner and recognized by Gillian Jason gallery for her professional achievements. She recently completed her first international residency in Orquevaux, France and looks forward to sharing the works she produced while abroad.