Christopher Baer is a contemporary artist and painter working primarily in large-format oil paint and mixed media on canvas.
Born in 1972 in Washington DC, Baer is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, BFA 1995. He resides in Washington DC and produces work between his studio there and one in rural Virginia.
Presently, Baer is at work developing three series of abstract paintings: Palisades, White on White and Line Theory. In addition, he experiments with familiar subject matter in digital art and monotypes.
Born 1972, Washington DC
BFA, Rhode Island School of Design
Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington DC
Governors School of Virginia Scholar, University of Richmond, VA
Select Solo Exhibitions
Shining Invitation, Addison Ripley Fine Art, Washington DC
Palisades and Line Theory, Addison Ripley Fine Art, Washington DC
Empathy, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA
Freedom + Constraint, Addison/Ripley, Washington, DC
Line Theory in Glass, JW Marriott Venice, Venice Biennale
Hidden In Plain Site, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA
Palisades, Anne Loucks Gallery, Glenco, IL
Christopher Baer: Palisades and Line Theory, Blenheim Gallery, Charlottesville, VA
Christopher Baer: Venice Biennale at Ai Reali, Venice, Italy
Christopher Baer: Line Theory + White on White, Logan Circle, Washington DC
Christopher Baer: Palisades, Logan Circle Solo Pop-up, Washington DC
Christopher Baer: Palisades, Living on Grove, Richmond VA
Christopher Baer: Oil & Glass II, William Parker Gallery, Washington DC
Christopher Baer: Oil & Glass I, William Parker Gallery, Washington DC
Select Group Exhibitions
Line Theory in Glass II, 2017 Venice Biennale at the Bisanzio Gallery, Venice, Italy
Full Spectrum, Susan Calloway Fine Art, Washington, DC
Select Art Fair Art Basel Miami through Page Bond Gallery, Miami FL
Next:, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA
(e)Merge DC: Collectors Art Fair, Group Show, Washington DC
Shade, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA
Rising Contemporaries: Norfolk Academy of Art, Norfolk, VA
Baer’s initial painting series, ‘Palisades’ spans about 50 works that experiment with form, color and line.