BFA, Studio Art


Bob Jones University

Greenville, SC


Exhibitions and Awards


  • Merit Award at the 44th Anderson Arts Center Annual Show, Anderson, SC

  • Springfest, North Augusta, SC

  • Inaugural Exhibition, Sanctuary Studios, Greenville, SC

  • Grand Art Bazaar, Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO

  • Art in the Alley, Aiken, SC

  • South Carolina Festival of Flowers Juried Art Show, Greenwood, SC

  • Makers Market, Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC

  • 37th South Carolina Juried Arts Show, Pickens, SC

  • Art Party, Rock Hill, SC


  • Springfest, North Augusta, SC

  • Edinburgh Collage Collective Vinylism, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Maker's Market, Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC

  • Fork and Plough, Greenville, SC


  • Maker's Market, Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC


  • Artfields, Lake City, SC

  • Small Works Show, Artist Guild Gallery, Greenville, SC


  • First Place at the Third Annual Collegiate Art Competition, Spartanburg, SC

  • The Wham Smith Merit Award at the 40th Anderson Arts Center Annual Show, Anderson, SC

  • White Noise, Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC

  • Fourth Invitational Small International Print Show, Egypt

  • First Edition, Riverworks Gallery, Greenville, SC


Articles and Interviews

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TAPAS Magazine - March 2018

"Art not suitable for diabetics"

Young American artist KC Christmas, who lives and works in South Carolina, combines the art of the old masters with mouth-watering images of sticky sweets in her paintings and collages. The desire to explore the role of food as an essential foundation for building relationships pulsates through her work. “Food, like art,” she explains, “is about experience and serves to bring people together. It’s over a good meal or dessert that great minds talk and debate, where friendships are forged, where family is celebrated.” In the series of collages “Pious Pies,” shown on these pages, KC Christmas transforms figs into printed doublets and bodices, and turns meringues and cakes into the gorgets worn in proud Baroque and Neoclassical portraits. For her, the ridiculous result of combining these elements makes us think about the human need for ostentation and showing off. In another series, “Cake Walk Collages,” tiny characters interact with gargantuan foods


The Jealous Curator -