Born in Boston, MA

Works in the San Francisco Bay Area


Christopher Gasper is a visual artist and has been an avid student of art and art history for more than 20 years. He finds inspiration in art history, philosophy, pop culture, and nature. 

He founded Christopher Gasper Artworks and works from his studio, managing business and creating new artworks for sale, commissions, and future exhibitions. 


Since 2014, Christopher has been making art relating to Post Personalism, a contemporary art movement that engages awakening concepts in relation to human identify and artistic creativity.


Christopher currently serves remotely as a board member of the Emerald City Art Club (ECAC) located in Seattle, WA. His involvement with the Emerald City Art Club dates back to 2014 and has participated in many ECAC art shows and other exhibitions around the Seattle Metro Area. 


Prior to being an ECAC Board Member, Christopher served on the Board of Directors for Sand Point Art and Cultural Exchange (SPACE) in Seattle and was the Exhibitions Committee Chair (2016-2017). In this role he lead the committee on exhibition policy and procedures, show themes, educational programming and promotional assets. He was also involved with curating and installing shows. He produced videos that promoted the art exhibitions and artists showing at the gallery. 

Christopher earned BA at UMASS Boston (1985-90) majoring in studio art. Additional schooling includes stints at the Academy Art University in San Francisco, CA (1995-96) studying illustration and Merritt College in Oakland, CA (2011-12) studying painting and art history.



1985-1990 UMass Boston | BA 


2021 - Awareness Show 2021 | Phinney Center

2021 - ECAC Online Art Show | ECAC Website

2020 - ECAC December Art Show Gallery 4500

2020 - ECAC Online Art Show | ECAC Website

2019 - Emerald City Art Club (ECAC) | A/NT 

2018 - Seattle Sunshine Coffee

2018 - Awareness Show  | SPACE

2018 - Post Personalism Project | A/NT

2018 - Creativity Persists  | CoCA

2016, 2017, 2018 - Local Color

2013-2017 - Phinney Ridge Art Walk



2018 - Creativity Persists | Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) Members' Show Catalog