Currently located in: Texas, USA
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If a little dreaming is dangerous, the cure for it is
not to dream less, but to dream more …
to dream all the time.

– Marcel Proust, French novelist
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My dreams are always in color.
– Wendy J. St. Christopher, Artist

NOTE: All images posted on my RedBubble pages are © Wendy J. St. Christopher and cannot be used without permission.

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Texas-based artist, photographer, writer, and insomniac, Wendy J. St. Christopher, has an eye for the unexpected, and an imagination as deep as the ocean.

According to Wendy, hanging your artwork in someone’s home is more satisfying than exhibiting it in a gallery. She insists that art should match your personality, and not necessarily match your couch — or your designer Labradoodle.

Wendy didn’t invent the Internet, but, for more than a decade, has used it to show and sell her art to a worldwide audience. She knows that couldn’t happen in any other time in human history; Van Gogh should have been so lucky!

Because of the pervasive marketing potential of the Internet, she’s shipped art to more than one clever buyer in New Zealand — which was fun; because having your art chosen to live on the other side of the globe is awesome, in every way.

Her art has found a forever home with a fan in Penzance — a thrilling transaction, because, apparently, ‘operatic pirates’ live there!

Wendy wants to hang an enormous world map, to chart all the far-flung places her art is living. But, she worries about the Texas-sized creepy-crawlies that might get trapped among all the golden push-pins and silk threads. Messy!

Wendy believes:
- A unicorn in the driveway is worth two birds in the hand.
- Color is *almost always required.*
- Boredom and routine are silent killers.
- The mysterious moon is more intriguing than the bright sun.
- People should laugh more, hug more, and sing more.

Wendy imagines eight hours of dream-filled rest, but knows she’ll be up most of the night creating art, writing her first best-selling novel, and listening to music, instead.

That’s how Wendy J. St. Christopher spends her time — when she SHOULD be sleeping!
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Many images in this gallery are available as high quality, suitable-for-framing Posters:

Digital Art – What’s It All About?

Digital art, still an exciting, new concept to many, is all about bringing creative ideas and imaginings to life using modern tools of technology, along with the artist’s passion, creativity, and imagination.

It’s as simple and wonderful as that!
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Most images in this gallery are available as ready-to-hang Framed Prints. A variety of mat and frame colors are available:


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Most images in this gallery are available as ready-to-hang Mounted Prints:

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Most images in this gallery are available as Laminated Prints (choice of Black or White border):

NOTE: Printed colors may vary from your computer monitor’s display. To ensure more accurate color representation, please be sure your monitor is properly calibrated.

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Most images in this gallery are available as very high quality Greeting Cards (choice of Black or White background):

Ready-to-frame Matted Prints are also available.

  • Joined: September 2007

Journal

(not-so-)New Frontiers

In 2010, several of my images were featured in back-to-back issues of the scientific journal Frontiers in Neuroscience. The Frontiers group, based in Switzerland, but with worldwide distribution, found me via my RedBubble portfolio. / It turned out to be an awesome collaboration, with a nice attachment of fringe benefits. / The moral of this story? Sales notwithstanding, it pays to update and m…
Posted about 3 years – 2 comments

"Free Your Mind"

Hours and hours of work = 1 minute, 52 seconds of fresh video / I’ve been in a pseudo-psychedelic state of mind . . . Enjoy! / [Video]
Posted about 4 years – Leave a comment

Dear God,

Dear God, / I know we don’t chat every day, and I’m told it’s impolite to ask for favors. But, God, yesterday I sold 11 of my RedBubble cards. It was a truly great feeling ~ a feeling I’d like to have every single day. / So, God, if you can find it in your heart to let me experience that feeling again, or even the alternate feeling of selling 11 framed prints, I’d …
Posted almost 7 years – 3 comments