Christina Graham was born in 1989 and grew up in Brooklyn, NY. She is an artist instructor with Studio in a School and Wet Paint Art Studio, and lives and works in Queens.
She has attended residencies such as Cuttyhunk Island Residency, Trestle Artist Residency and Vermont Studio Center.
Exhibitions include: The View from the Gorge at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in New York, Love 2020: Perfect Visions at Columbia University in New York, A Greater Self Portrait Project at Flood Plain Gallery in St. Louis, Light at 440 Gallery in Brooklyn and Bubble Wrap at Front Art Space in New York, among others.
She has been awarded a Scholarship from Urban Glass and her work has been written about in Whitewall Magazine, ARTnews, Juxtapoz Magazine and Art in Print, among others.
She received a BFA in Painting in 2011 from Rhode Island School of Design.
All images courtesy of the artist
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