2015, oil on canvas, 46” h x 50”w, $2,300
214. 235. 3432
Christina’s portfolio extends from large-scale paintings to smaller works on paper, but regardless of size, her abstracts dazzles the eye and engages the mind with great impact. Maintaining a very unique process of painting and then often
sanding, spraying, scraping, and even pouring over work, Christina’s highly process-oriented portfolio springs forth from her mind using experiences and landscapes to move between additive and subtractive methods and also between intuitive and analytical cognition. Unbelievably beautiful color combinations alone entertain the eye, but the works also combine sensations of movement, falling, sinking, floating, and tilting to make shapes and form the movement of each piece. Christina’s “philosophy of presence and intention versus control serves as a practice, a therapy, and a discipline” for her work.
Christina received her BFA in painting from The University of Cincinnati. Her work can be seen in the permanent collection of The Cummer Museum of Art in Jacksonville, Florida, at the Federal Reserve Bank in Miami, Florida, and the Women’s Center in Jacksonville, Florida among many other institution and private collections. She has exhibited in numerous group and solo shows throughout the United States.
She paints full-time and lives in Athens, Georgia.