- Summer 2017
- VPAS 564NM 01 Printmaking for the Classroom: Monoprinting, Advanced II
- VPAS 527NM 01 Printmaking for the Classroom: Monoprinting, Advanced I
- VPAS 526NM 01 Printmaking for the Classroom: Monoprinting, Introductory
PHD, Boston College
MEd, University of Louisville
BA, Saint Louis University
Dr. Christine Stoughton is a psychologist, art educator, sculptor and printmaker. She is currently an instructor of art aesthetics in the Barnes-de Mazia Educational Program at the Barnes Foundation. She taught with the Violette de Mazia Foundation in a variety of settings, including the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and West Chester University. She teaches printmaking to adults both privately and in community art centers. She began her teaching career as a classroom teacher for children with learning differences, teaching in public schools, residential and day treatment facilities. After receiving her PhD in Counseling Psychology, she continued to focus her practice on children with educational challenges and their schools and families. She actively studied art throughout her career and obtained her diploma from PAFA. She exhibits both regionally and internationally and maintains a studio in the Norristown Arts Building, Norristown, Pa. Her work is in both private and corporate art collections. Her art is strongly influenced by her work as a psychologist, by Eastern philosophy with its focus on change and the ephemeral. A complete artist statement and images of her work can be found on her website www.christinestoughton.com.