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  • From RIT University Magazine, Spring 2020 By Mindy Mozer & Felicia Swartzenberg VIEW PDF VERSION Christine Tisa ’92 MFA (painting) has made a living as an artist, educator, gallery owner, and yoga instructor since she graduated from RIT. Most recently, her art has jumped off......

  • White—according to the Rudolph Steiner school’s application of color theory, first explored and popularized by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe—represents the soul’s image of the spirit. It’s appropriate, then, that if a white Audi Q3 can embody Tisa’s soul, it has the capacity to carry her spirit: her paintings....

  • Originally for the Thousand Island Sun’s Business and Progress Review 2019 Clayton – Tisa Gallery is primed for another exciting season, and its time for everyone to get in touch with their creative side! Numerous events either at its location at 412 Merrick Street, Clayton,......

  • Originally published in NNY Living on June 25, 2018 By Katie Machia The fusion of art and spirituality is spreading across the north country, thanks to Christine Tisa, a gallery owner in Clayton. Ms. Tisa, an artist, yoga teacher, and seasoned traveler, is sharing her passion for......

  • Mandalas are as old as humankind. The most basic mandala is the circle, which is a symbol with no beginning and no end. Like the symbol of the Sun, which is the giver of light and warmth. Versus the symbol of the Moon, that reveals......

  • Last year my Kripalu roommate Tisa, was also my study buddy. I had other study pals but I think she was the one who pushed me the most. Right before bedtime, she would have me quiz her and then she quizzed me. At the time I didn't realize how important pushing with love would be....