Christina Ramos is a nationally recognized artist from Southern California. Her work focuses on figurative realism, and contemporary portraiture. Recognized by Southwest Art Magazine as a winner in their annual “Artistic Excellence” competition, as well as being a featured artist in Fine Art Connoisseur Magazines article “21 Figure Paintings You Must See” her unique style and imaginative subject matter has made her a favorite among collectors in the United States and Europe. Her work has been honored with awards from Max Ginsburg, Dean Mitchell, Tony Pro, Kristin Hoerth (Editor and Chief of Southwest Art Magazine), and Lisa Temper Hanover the Director and CEO of the James A. Michener Art Museum.
Her innovative use of acrylic has made her a much sought after demonstrator and instructor. She is currently a Golden Working Artist representing Golden Artist Colors Company, and a painting instructor at the Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art.
Christina’s work has been shown at the Museum of Latin American Art, San Diego Museum of the Living Artist, the Lancaster Museum of Art and History, the Santa Paula Museum of Art, the International Museum of Contemporary Masters of Fine Art, the Pacific Asian Museum, the Santa Barbara Natural History Museum, the Pasadena Museum of History, and many galleries throughout the United States.
Her work has also been included in book series “Acrylic Works” (the best of acrylic painting) issues 2,3, 5,7 edited by Jamie Markle, as well a being a featured artist in American Art Collector, Fine Art Connoisseur, and Southwest Art Magazine.