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Christine Alfery

Christine Alfery Contemporary Artist



2127 To to Tom Dr, Lac du Flambeau, WI 54538, USA

From Lac du Flambeau: Take Cty D (also known as Peace Pipe Road) south to Indian Village Road, and take a right on To To Tom Lane. From To To Tom Lane take a left on To To Tom Dr.

From Minocqua, take Hwy 70 west, take a right on Cty D. Left on In Indian Village Rd. Right on To To Tom Lane. Take a left on To To Tom Dr.


(715) 588-7115

Year-Round Studio Hours

Open Year Round by Appointment.
Open on Thursday before the tour officially opens.


I have been working, studying, and researching symbolic representations of the earth. The works have been creating, have been inspired by many cultures and in different time frames throughout history. These symbols have helped others to explain and navigate the tumultuous journey of life. I firmly believe that life is akin to a roller coaster ride, not a game. The individuals and concepts depicted in my work illustrate how the human spirit, talent, and ultimately the triumph of the human spirit are deeply intertwined with elements derived from the earth.

All “things” natural, what I call the “yes, yes, yeses” of life, contribute to this ultimate triumph.“

Virtual tours are available. If you cannot attend North Woods art tour, you will be sincerely missed! Christine understands and has put together a tour of all the artwork on display during the tour and some videos of specific new works, so you can get virtually up close and personal and hear the artist, inspirations, techniques, and stories; these videos will be available on Facebook, Artist Christine Alfery, and YouTube.

Artwork is always available for collection online at the website and in person. Please visit or email if you have any questions.

Christine writes about these “things” in her blog, which is located on her website at

Her studio is nestled in the woods of Vilas County, Wisconsin on Lac du Flambeau on a lake which is part of the Chippewa Indian reservation in northern Wisconsin. She finds her “yes, yes, yeses” and peace and freedom in this area.

Laura Fiser, Curator of Collections at the Paine Art Center in Oshkosh, described her work as “an exceptional mix of spontaneity and expressiveness. Her pallet is both understated and lush.” Her work, according to national, watercolor artist, Steven Quiller, is “playful and has a nice energy.”

Christine shows her contemporary, conceptual, watercolor, and acrylic paintings nationally and internationally. She competes in watercolor competitions around the world. She has over 100 national awards and is a signature member of 15 national watercolor societies. Her studio is open during the tour and by appointment after the tour. She welcomes and treasures visits from art lovers from all over the country. She welcomes your visit to her studio nestled in the Northwoods.

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