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This work is a bold and striking reflection on life and love. A symbol of beauty and rebirth, the beautifully rendered skull is strewn with bright coral and rose-colored lotus flowers. Christina draws inspiration from the teachings of many different wisdom traditions and the study of tantric energy, where the skull is a potent symbol of enlightened energy and the ephemeral nature of existence.
Ann Arbor, MI and West Virginia
Christina Burch has been deeply engaged with art from a young age. She had her first formal drawing lesson at five and by eight years old, she was taking oil painting lessons. Growing up in Nashville, Christina was surrounded by art books and was always encouraged by her mother to make art. Her high school teacher helped her put together a portfolio that got her into the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design where she majored in printmaking.