Christine Mitzuk

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Christine Mitzuk

United States

For over seven years Christine worked in graphic design, creating her own art in her spare time. Craving to know how to make all the imagined creatures and places in her head look real, she resigned from her job to pursue the full-time program at The Atelier Studio Program of Fine Arts (formerly Atelier Lack) in Minneapolis. She completed 5 years of study in May 2011 with a focus on realist and imaginative art. She then took the skills she learned at The Atelier and honed them specifically for fantasy illustration through an intense mentorship with professional artist, Rebecca Guay.

Christine now works as a professional artist. She is an instructor at The Atelier in both the full-time and part-time programs, and freelances specializing in imaginative art. She also builds her personal body of work, following her curiosity and taking pleasure in her many interests which include playful treats still life to otherworldly fantasy art.

She has won numerous awards for her imaginative and fantasy art and continues to hone her craft and her imagination through continued study of the figure, nature, and anything that catches her interest.

Christine’s work can be see online at

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