Christina has been a professional artist for nearly 30 years. She has shown her work in juried regional, national, and invitational international exhibitions. She has collectors of her work in three continents. She has been in the International Who’s Who and the Who’s Who of American Women.
She now lives in Southern Maryland, on a small farm, with her husband, cat, chickens, flock of rare Jersey Buff turkeys, and a flock of sheep. Together they enjoy sustainable gardening by raising much of their own food. Christina finds much inspiration for her artwork in this way of life and with the beautiful Chesapeake Bay around the area. You can find Christina working in her Corn Crib Studio most days.
She also does museum quality framing. On other days she may be shearing the sheep, working in the greenhouse, going for a row on the Chesapeake Bay with her husband, or planting in the garden. She also is an avid handweaver, spinner and knitter.
North End Gallery announced the publishing her newest book, Momma Tree, written by Charles Long and illustrated by gallery artist Christina Allen.
Christina has also authored and illustrated a children’s book about one of her Jersey Buff turkey Poults.
To learn more about Christina Allen and to see more of her work, visit Corn Crib Studio.