Christine Arveil

Christine Arveil is a recognized artist and 30-year talent developer. Whether she writes, paints, designs spaces or concepts, she builds places that unite imagination to technical mastery.

Her atelier fosters diverse dialogues. She partners with Benoît Rolland to run his distinguished Bow Making Studio, bringing together the dimensions of visual art, music and innovation.

Christine Arveil’s work has ranged from painting, to writing, to sculpture and design. She has exhibited with solo shows in Europe and the US as Massachusetts State House (2010), Academia das Artes dos Acores (2009), Regis College (2005), Beaubourg (1994), and appeared in medias with The Strad, Art New England, The Boston Globe, and the BBC radio. Today, she works on a multi-media vision that brings together writing, visual art, places and social awareness.

Writing

Writing

Painting

Painting

Natural Sculpture

Natural Sculpture

Building Places

Building Places

Design

Design

Earlier Works

Earlier Works

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In 2018, I am writing poems in the early mornings. Freely written in English or French, they are collated under the title Les matins clairs. Flower sculpture against the white “flower wall” of th...

Printed reviews, exhibition brochures, and television & radio press.

Alicia Faxon, Arts New England, “Christine Arveil: Weight of light”, June-July 2005, Vol. 26, Issue 4, p. 35 “As Walter Pater said, “All art aspires to the condition of music,“ and Christine Arveil’s paintings exemplifies......