Christine Knapp

Sculpture – Techniques for Relief Sculpture with water-based clay

About the Artist

Award winning sculptor, Christine Knapp,has been a professional artist since 1990. She creates representational sculpture of wildlife and human subjects ranging from miniature to monumental in size. Attending art classes at the University of Dayton and Sinclair Community College, she has also studied with many well-known painters and sculptors. Sculpture studies were concentrated with Lincoln Fox, Richard MacDonald, and Walt Horton among others. All of her bronzes are created by the lost wax casting process. She travels extensively to obtain first hand knowledge through personal observation and her own photography. Her work is in public and private collections in the USA, Canada, Europe, and Africa. Currently she is creating a body of work for the Cheyenne Wyoming Public Bronze project that has installed six of her bronzes as of 2024 with many more commissions in progress. Christine maintains her studio and residence near Lyons, Colorado with her husband and two dogs.