Christine Bourdette is a visual artist whose practice includes sculptures, drawings and installation. Her meticulously crafted artworks comment on social, political, or human predicaments through a three-dimensional vocabulary that incorporates a wide repertoire of materials. Bourdette received her BA from Lewis & Clark College (Portland, OR) and has exhibited in the United States and France, including solo exhibitions at The Art Gym at Marylhurst University (Marylhurst, OR), The Tyler Museum of Art (Tyler, TX), Kittredge Gallery, University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, WA), Klein Art Works (Chicago, IL), The Alexandria Museum, (Alexandria, LA), and Galerie L’Aire du Verseau (Paris, France). Her sculpture and drawings are in many public and private collections nationwide and her art has been featured in Sculpture magazine and reviewed in Art in America, Artweek, and Visions Quarterly. She has been featured in three Oregon biennial exhibitions and has permanent public artworks in Portland, OR, Tempe, AZ, Seattle, WA and many other locations. Bourdette was the first recipient of the Bonnie Bronson Fellowship Award in 1992.