About LaVerne Christopher:
LaVerne began painting on Cape Cod, spending all of her summers in Provincetown until she completed her formal art education. She later married a Provincetown man and settled there where their three children were born. Although she had been painting most of her adult life, LaVerne began her art career in earnest in 1989 after years as a businesswoman in Orleans, MA. Her works have been recognized and commemorated by over 50 awards: 22 First Place plus numerous Best in Show in prestigious competitions such as those sponsored by the Pastel Society of America, Leo Diehl Competitions, Creative Art Center, and the Cape Cod Art Association. LeVerne has worked in many mediums. She has a great sense of color and composition that she deploys in a simple and loose style. Her formal education was acquired at Michigan State University, the Butera School of Art, and Massachusetts College of Art. She also studied privately with artists like Henry Hensche, Claude Croney, Marshall Joyce, Al Brouilette, and Frank Webb. LaVerne has been teaching her own private courses in composition, oil and watercolor, and been invited to demonstrate her painting style to a variety of organizations. She has been selected to participate as judge or juror of several Cape-wide art competitions. Her professional affiliations include the Copley Society of Boston, Creative Arts Center, and the Cape Museum of Fine Arts.
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