Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, 1972-1983. Artist-in schools National Foundation Arts and Utah Institute Fine Arts, Utah, 1973-1974. Teacher Christensen Workshops, Christensen Studio, Salt Lake City, since 1975.
One-woman shows Phillips Gallery, SaltLake City, 1970, 74, 76, 78, 82, Artists-in-Action Galleries, Salt Lake City, 1981, Kimball Art Center, Park City, Utah, 1984, Southam Gallery, Salt Lake City, 1988, 89, 96, 97.
Group shows include American Watercolor Society, New York City, 1977, Rocky Mountain Watermedia, Golden, Colorado, 1978, Audubon Artists" Exhibition, New York City, 1980, Watercolor West, California, 1980, San Diego International, 1981. Represented in permanent collections American Express Company, Salt Lake City, Virginia, Salt Lake City, 1st Interstate Bank, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County Fine Arts, Leucadia Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau, others
Watercolors include What Brings Them Back? (Utah Watercolor Society Alpen Glow award of Excellence 1974), Springtime-Central Park (Desert News award ofMerit 1978), Hilltop Aspen. Rooted Men (Utah State Fair award of Merit 1982), Winter Sounds (Utah State Fair award of Merit 1983), Winter"s Own Shape (Purchase award Equitable Life Insurance Company 1985).
Watercolor teacher Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, 1972—1983. Artist-in-schools National Foundation Arts and Utah Institute Fine Arts, 1973—1974. Teacher Christensen Workshops, Christensen Studio, Salt Lake City, since 1975.
Member of Utah Watercolor Society, American Watercolor Society (associate).
Married Larry R. Christensen, February 21, 1958. Children: Tony Lamar Craig G. Watercolor teacher.