Christina has worked in the visual arts for the past 28 years, as an artist and arts educator.
She is a graduate of the University of Toronto, where she studied watercolour, printmaking and art history.
While living in Sudbury, Christina worked as a gallery curator and art critic for Sudbury’s “Northern Life” newspaper. The rocks and rugged character of northern Ontario remains an influence in her painting.
Christina was a founding member of the artisan co-operative “Amaryllis” and has taught drawing and painting to children through “Art for Kids”.
She worked for 23 years as a teacher with the Upper Canada District School Board and continues to teach art to students in schools as a guest artist.
Christina is a member of the Kingston Arts Council and resides in the Kingston area.