Christine Brownrigg

Artist with the neurological condition Cerebellar Ataxia

Copyright 2013. Christine Brownrigg Artist. All rights reserved.


Example exhibitions
2023                     Holt Festival                                                             Group

2022                     Oxmarket Contemporary, Chichester                       Group
1985                     Goldsmiths University of London                              Solo
1983                     Commonwealth Institute, London                             Solo
1981                     Tennessee Technological University, USA                 Solo
1980                     John Peartree Gallery, Kingston, Jamaica                  Solo

Example art computing publications (with D.Brownrigg except *)
AMPS Proceedings Series 20.1 Connections: Exploring Heritage; Ch.8,pp.65-75
     Ed. Howard Griffin; ISSN 2398-9467; 2021
Built Environments and Inhabitants: Transformed and Renewed
     Amps CONNECTIONS: Exploring Heritage, Architecture, Cities, Art Media
     University of Kent (School of Architecture) 2020
Abstraction Using Mixed Global Transforms: Art and Aids to Art;
     Transactions Imaging/Art/Science: Image Quality, Content and Aesthetics;
     RPS, IET, RIT, University of Westminster 2019
2910343 Computing Art and Image Effects
     Pub. University of London International Academy, 2009
(*) Chapter in: 2910112 Creative Computing 1: Volume 1:
     Pub. University of London External Programme, 2007
Image Processing in Abstract and Representational Art;
     Eurographics UK Conference, Sheffield, 1991
Contributed chapter in: Computers in Art, Design and Animation;
     Pub. Springer-Verlag, New York, ISBN 0387968962, 1989
Coloured Numbers and Repeated Memories;
     20th. Anniversary Conf. of the British Computer Society Displays Group and
     Computer Arts Society on:- The State of the Art in Computer Art and

     Animation;Royal College of Art, London, 1986


Christine Brownrigg lives in Kent. She studied 3D at Sheffield College of Art, but her passion for painting has developed more recently. Despite having a number of health problems including a neurological one, she devotes herself almost daily to painting, concentrating on oil on canvas. Christine has concerns about pollution, global warming and the disposal of waste materials, subjects that she tackles in her paintings. She has for many years been a vegan and cares about animal welfare. 
She believes that art should bring these concerns to public attention and that passionate images may change minds whilst also bringing enjoyment through colourful compositions.