Christine Bush Roman is an artist, writer, and educator in Charleston, South Carolina. She earned her Master of Fine Arts Degree in 2013 and works to combine visual art and storytelling.
Christine is interested in how one’s internal world intersects with the requirements and expectations of society. Through this lens, she explores themes of neurodiversity, womanhood, science, magic, and human connection with nature. Christine's writing projects often expand on the narratives that begin in the artwork.
Traditional water-based drawing and painting materials are used, but Christine also incorporates collaged papers and textiles. In her studio, you will find trays of deconstructed drawings, handmade paper, and pictures pilfered from old books that will be used for collage.
When not in her studio, Christine is busy homeschooling her two children. Her work is available both independently and through Miller Gallery in Charleston, SC.