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Far From Gray.

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“Late Lights”-2010. (Photo Courtesy of Christine Gray)

Christine Gray makes her paints bleed so vibrantly, you could call it a “hue-icide.” Her paintings are just the right mix of textbook still life with a touch of storybook flair, and her range of subjects makes for an appropriate hodgepodge of illustrations.

Dabbling in both watercolor and oil paint, Gray saturates her canvases with pure, unadulterated technicolor.

“Under Over Spark and Ember”-2009. (Photo Courtesy of Christine Gray)

“Gemini Genesis”-2008. (Photo Courtesy of Christine Gray)

“Swarm Cusp Nocturne”-2012. (Photo Courtesy of Christine Gray)

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