Christine Tyler, Artist

Christine Tyler – wife, mother, grandmother, creative. 

Mrs. Tyler lives in Wimberley which is in the Hill Country of Texas. She has always had a passion for creating, this is what she dreamt about doing while working her career in health and safety. When she joined “Created to Thrive” by Matt Tommy, she realized that she now loved art more than her current career. She stepped out towards a creative path full time. She is blessed to have the support of her loving husband and God’s given courage to create full time. Her passions include: family, faith ministry, painting, and cooking. Both of her sisters are artists and you can find them on their Facebook Group Fine Art Spot.

Original Works of Art

To view Christine Tyler’s Art Prints, Clothing, Household Items Pixels website here.

To view her Facebook Page Christine Farinas Tyler, Christian Artist

To join her Facebook ART LOVERS GROUP Fine Art Spot join here. Share your passion of Art!

A group for art lovers and artists who enjoy traditional, photography and digital artistry. All mediums (ink, watercolor, color pencils, pastels, oils, acrylics, charcoal, graphite, digital, mixed media, urban sketching, painting etc. ) whose focus is on expressionism, modern abstract and digital/photo art. We like to play around with different styles, different colors through mood play, expressionism and art “outside the box”. Be yourself, playing with any medium you want. Use black and white, crazy colors or mix all the mediums together! Creating art can be through traditional mediums or digitally using technology. It is a safe place to ask questions, share ideas, get inspired, and make connections. This is a group for all levels of artists (from beginners to professionals). What we share is a desire to move forward with our art and to help others do the same. We believe that we are all on the same path – some are just ahead and more experienced, while others, are just starting out – but we are all striving to be artistic. We look to those who are experienced to guide us, and we reach out a hand to those who are less experienced. We greet each other with kindness and understanding with positive input, and we expect others to do the same for us.