No. 621 Drum Voices
No.237 Born For A King
No. 25 Blue Lady
The Pink&Blue Face
No. 454 Made for a king(Gold)
No.110 Twin Souls
No. 880 Cultural Piece
No.098 You are stronger Than This
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The Artists 'work explores relationships between Artists’ work explores relationships between multi-culturalism she is originally from England. Having Jamaican and Nigerian parents and a strong heritage which stems from Israel, Cuba, the Caribbean and Africa rich colors reflect her childhood beliefs, culture, and love for multi mediums. With influences as diverse as Sandy Diogo, Karah walker. Ever since she became an Artist, she has been fascinated by the unrelenting divergence of relationships. The vision has grown and has become a continuous theme of unity, communication, Feminism, life, and family; Therefore creating a wide selection of themes.
Born in England to Nigerian and Jamaican Parents Christine immigrated to America, and settled in Brooklyn New York at a young age. She was surrounded by the arts and was inspired by the handmade products made by the multi-cultural artists while living in Harlem and became one herself.
Christine is a plural artists using mediums such as oils, acrylics, encaustic wax, fabric& beading in her work. is active in performing and creating arts outside of her studies. Christine is an author and poet.
Her love of photography brought some of her photographs to the Carnegie Museum of Art Oh Snap Project in 2013.
Her artwork, an oil painting titled "Dystopian Tree" was on display at the art all night show April 2016 event in Lawrenceville, Pa. Christine accepted an invitation to the Raw Draw live drawing event scheduled for November 5th, 2016 www. Neukirche.org. October 2016 she became a RAW Artist a California based Artist organization promoting Artists. Christine's work to showcased in Pittsburgh December 15, 2016 @ XTAZA Club and the Noir 2017 August Wilson annual African Diaspora event.