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CHRISTINE MARIE LARSEN
December 2, 2016

Christine Marie Larsen marks a terrific milestone this week: her 50th illustrated portrait for the Seattle Review of Books! Starting with Kate Beaton and winding up with Charles Johnson, the unstoppable Christine is looking forward to another year of inspiration with this on-going commission. (more)

March 18, 2016

Christine Marie Larsen’s “Portrait Gallery” subject this week for The Seattle Review of Books is Mal DeFleur, “A Poet, a Playwright, a Novelist and a Drag Queen.” (more)

March 11, 2016

Christine Marie Larsen’s “Portrait Gallery” subject this week for The Seattle Review of Books is Susan Orlean, who will be speaking at Hugo House tonight.  (more)

January 28, 2016

Christine Marie Larsen’s “Portrait Gallery” subject this week for The Seattle Review of Books is Nichelle Nichols, who played Nyota Uhura in the original Star Trek series and movies. She has also written movingly about her life and inspirations. (more)

January 20, 2016

Christine Marie Larsen’s “Portrait Gallery” subject this week for The Seattle Review of Books is author and translator Red Pine (also known as Bill Porter). (more)

December 11, 2015

Christine Marie Larsen was commissioned to create a series of colorful illustrations for the St. John's Wellchild annual report, reflecting the lively spirit of their South Los Angeles neighborhood and the clinic's clientele.  (more)

October 9, 2015

Christine Marie Larsen’s “Portrait Gallery” subject this week for The Seattle Review of Books is the dynamic and fascinating storyteller Amitav Ghosh. (more)

September 25, 2015

Christine Marie Larsen will be illustrating "Portrait Gallery," a new weekly feature for The Seattle Review of Books. Her first subject, Kate Beaton, author of “Step Aside, Pops,” debuted this week. (more)

May 18, 2015

Christine Marie Larsen’s osprey illustration is featured on the 46th Annual Art on the Green festival poster. The festival hosts artists and performers from across the country and around the world for this three day event in pristine northern Idaho. (more)

December 1, 2014

Christine Marie Larsen’s illustration accompanied a recent Op-Ed piece in the New York Times by Ned Blackhawk. The piece recalls the terrible history of genocide and violence by the US Army on the indigenous people during the civil war and beyond, and calls for a National Day of Indigenous Remembrance and Survival as a first step in recognizing this history. (more)

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