“La joie de vivre”: Remembering Christine Holzschuh through her art | Vermont Arts

If you go there, you’ll see a deceptively simple drawing of a woman stepping out of a car, imbued with life; a moment of genuine happiness captured in a woman’s face; and an uncanny resemblance to the ambiance of a Vermont winter sky. If you go there, you will see the work of an artist who loved to work.

Early last year, local artist Christine Holzschuh was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour. The information she shared for an article about an exhibition of her work was at the Chaffee Art Center at the time. She said it became difficult to maintain focus and energy for long periods of time, but that didn’t deter her desire to paint and she found a way to work with boundaries.

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