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About Artists John C. Kline & Christine Malone Kline
John C. Kline
John graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia in 1994, and has been working as a professional artist ever since. Kline's main focus is oil painting of people in everyday situations using unusual perspectives. These portraits of real life have a power that stems from his ability to capture the vital American subconscious. The results sometimes have political connotations, but more often act as general reflections on the impact and resiliency of mainstream American life. In addition, Kline creates structural photographs in abstract form. He also writes musicals and stage plays with his wife Christine, and is beginning his thirteenth year teaching art to grades kindergarten through eight. .
Christine Malone Kline
Christine is entering her twentieth year teaching music to grades pre-kindergarten through twelve. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Music (with a piano concentration), from Immaculata University. She is currently pursuing her Masters Degree in Music Education from Boston University. Christine is a teacher, and a composer. Her choral works have been premiered at Carnegie Hall (New York), the Academy of Music and the Kimmel Center (Philadelphia). Her groundbreaking approach to creative learning in the classroom has inspired children to "hear", "dance", "see" and love life's arts. All of this experience has prepared Christine to provide the best children's musical methods based proper technique. These methods include early piano lessons, violin for toddlers through elementary age children, preschool and elementary age children, the toddler and pre-kindergarten creative classroom and humanities-based learning for all.