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Monday, April 16, 2012

The Lovely Art of Christie Repasy

One of the things I always look forward to is going to an event where artist Christie Repasy
will be showing her beautiful paintings and art work.

I'm sure you are all familiar with Christie from her lovely blog Chateau De Fleurs and seeing her
work in leading magazines, her HGTV appearance and on Rachel Ashwell's television show.

I first met Christie at the Olivenhain sale over a year and a half ago.  I was very familiar with her
beautiful paintings and it was such a wonderful pleasure to find her absolutely sweet and delightful.
I was just beginning to blog and wasn't quite sure if it was something I would really want to do but
she was warm and encouraging and...well, here we all are!

Some people are just born to be artists and Christie is one of those people. Her paintings are
all beautiful and peaceful.  She is best known for her French inspired romantic roses and florals
but it doesn't stop there. You should see what happens when she adds her art to chairs, doors,
shutters, etc.  It is an amazing artistic transformation.
She is a true California girl having grown up in Huntington Beach, California and studied art in
high school and college and from there developed her own exquisite style.  She has plans to take
her existing designs from already completed pieces and use them in textiles and wallpaper...and
that is just the beginning!
Here are a few more examples of Christie Repasy's beautiful paintings...

Chairs where she has added her beautiful florals...

I am looking forward to seeing Christie again in the beginning of June at her next show at
The Vintage Marketplace at The Oaks in Rainbow, California. 
I know you will want to visit Christie's lovely blog Chateau De Fleurs where you can also find links
to her HGTV appearance, Pinterest site and her events.  When you visit please say hello for me
and tell her I send her a big hug.

I hope you all have a wonderful week!

I am linking to The Charm of Home/
My Romantic Home
How Sweet The Sound

(All art work and photos courtesy of Christie Repasy)


Olive Cooper said...

Just stunning. Hard to pick and I do not have to, but the bike and the painted chairs are my favorites.

NanaDiana said...

I know- I think she is one of my all time favorite blogger artists. I just drool everytime I go to her blog. She is SOOO talented and a nice person to boot. Love that bicycle painting...and I thought that chair she did was just amazing!!!! xo Diana

Acquired Objects said...

Just beautiful Susan and if I had to pick one it would be the roses trailing over the top of the window. She's an amazing painter and I'm off to check out her sites.

I hope you're having a good start to your week!


Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

Wow! what beautiful work! so pretty and soft and romantic!! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for stopping by!

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

Wow! what beautiful work! so pretty and soft and romantic!! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for stopping by!

chateau de fleurs said...

Dear Susan, you did such an amazing job on this post! It turned out quite lovely I think I should have you blog for me all the time! :) Thanks for sharing and I hope you have a wonderful week! XO Christie

Pamela Gordon said...

Wow, I'm afraid I haven't heard of this artist before but I certainly love her work. Such beautiful floral paintings! Thanks for visiting and your sweet comment. Hugs, Pamela

pretty pink tulips said...

Christie's work is so genteel and beautiful. Love the vintage charm!!!

Hope your week is off to a beautiful start!
xoxo Elizabeth

Anonymous said...

Susan it's no wonder your a fan, Christie's work is beautiful! It would be very hard for me to pick.
Did you purchase the watering can?
I love the pansy painting you'll know why when you visit. :) Talk about ESP.
Have a wonderful day,
Hugs Rosemary...xo

La Dolfina said...

You are right, what a talent she is!
I especially love the little beach cottage painting. I have never heard of her so I'm looking forward to paying her blog a visit. Thank you for the introduction. I can always count on your eye for true beauty!!!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Christie's work is exquisite, so ethereal. She is an amazing artist and I put her right there with Klein and De Longpre. I would love to see her work in person. :)

Tricia said...

Oh, her paintings are beautiful! The first one reminds me so much of my wicker bike...maybe she has one too. I really can't believe I haven't heard of her before, her work is so wonderful.


Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Beautiful to see all these examples together! Such beautiful work. I first saw her paintings at Shabby Chic in Malibu. What a talent!

Pondside said...

I would be happy to have any one of the works you've shown, and never get tired of looking at it. What a gifted artist she is!

LaPouyette said...

Very romantic and charming!

I love particularly the watering can!

Will definitely visit Christie's blog.

Thank you so much for this lovely post which really brighten-up a very gray April day!


Mary said...

What a wonderful old-fashioned quality her paintings have! I adore the bike painting and would give my right arm for that watering can! I can only imagine what her artwork looks like in person!

chateau de fleurs said...

Wow Susan what a great responce you have gotten from all these lovely ladies. I am so filled with encouragement, thanks once again for posting about me and my art! XO Christie

chateau chic said...

Christie is a beautiful artist. Her colors are so soft and pleasing. I'm loving that watering can with her artwork!!
I'm a new follower and hope you'll stop by.
Mary Alice

La Vie Quotidienne said... the blackboard.

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Oh wow--beautiful artwork. Thanks for sharing!

SwedishCorner-DownUnder...Pernilla said...

So lovely!
Visiting from Show and Tell Friday
Greetings from Australia♥

Lorraine said...

She is amazing! I've seen her work at Chateau de Fleurs and Vintage Marketplace, it is beautiful and delicate. I like it here on the chairs, fabulous! Thanks for sharing. Happy Pink Saturday!! ~Lorraine ♥♥♥

Gabriela Delworth said...


Amazing talent! My favorite are the chairs.


mypinkprettiesaboutme said...

I agree with you, some people are born for specific reasons. Sharing their art is a blessing to all of us.
Thx for sharing



~Shabby~Prim~Delights~ said...

I have long been a fan of this amazing lady and her incredible romantic work.

LV said...

I love art work. These are all great pieces. She is very good.

Light and Voices said...

Lovely, lovely post this week.
Joyce M

Jackie/Jake said...

Just popped over from Pink Saturday to visit!

NanE said...

I am not familiar withChristies work so I thank you for sharing it on this PINK Saturday. I will be checking out her blog for sure. Have a great weekend, Nan

Tami Kenner said...

I am such a fan of her work. She really has a gift. How lucky that you have met her!
Happy Pink Saturday! xo Tami

Ann said...

Looks like ALL of her work is so awesome!! I adore the chalkboard.

Only Cute Things said...

I love it!


chubskulit said...

Love your pink this week. So pretty!

My PINK..., have a great weekend!

PS.. I am now your follower. Please feel free any of my blogs when you can. Thanks.

Protector of Vintage said...

Stunning!! I am off to explore her blog!

Barbara Jean said...

all soooo beautiful!!!

barbara jean

1CardCreator said...

Very elegantpaintings, love all the details. Happy Pink Saturday. ~Diane (I am #17)

Riet said...

Thank you for your visit. What a beautiful blog you have. I am your new follower.
I didn'tknow the work of Christie Repasy but it is beautiful . I am going to visit her blog in a minute. Thank you for the tip.
Riet from Holland.

Fifi Flowers said...

LOVELY art... very romantique!

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Oh all of the flowers are so beautiful!!

Lynn said...

Very pretty paintings and love those chairs!

classic • casual • home said...

How feminine and lovely.

Sherry said...

Gorgeous! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Susan, I absolutely adore Christie's work and I have admired it for years. Love all your photos! Thanks so much for sharing. I am loving your blog and am a new follower. Have a wonderful weekend.


Anonymous said...

beautiful. one thing i want to learn to do this summer is to paint roses. this is such inspiration. sweet and lovely. thank you so much.