Christine Renc-Carter has spent a lifetime deeply rooted in the pursuit of art. Born into an artistic family in Safety Harbor, FL, she traveled the country with her parents who showed at outdoor art festivals. Earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking from the Maryland Institute, College of Art, in 1997, she also studied paper preservation at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. She has since cultivated a unique artistic career as an artist and museum professional, working for galleries and museums in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area and in Florida for 20 years.
Christine is currently the Curator for the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, Tarpon Springs, FL, where her expertise in contemporary Florida art and fine crafts has led to a robust exhibition program. She has worked with the collections of the Baltimore Museum of Art, Vero Beach Museum of Art, Gulf Coast Museum of Art, Florida International Museum and St. Petersburg College. As the Director of Adult Education at the Dunedin Fine Art Center, she oversaw their expansion of state-of-the-art studios.
As an accomplished artist, Christine shows her mixed-media work throughout the United States and Japan. Her work is included in collections such as the Marriott Corporation and NBC, as well as private collections worldwide, including the Curator of the Fogg Museum at Harvard University.