Christine Webb is a contemporary visionary artist with her studio residing in Los Angeles. Claiming marked influences from the sciences, psychedelic & surrealist art and film, fashion, comics, and all types of music, she paints a delicate world of intricately layered styling. A visionary alchemist of sorts, she spends days in the studio immersed in literary and observed research, piecing together deep layers and color palettes to perfect the unique method by which she produces her work.
Born to into a creative family in a small town outside of Seattle, Washington – her mother a free-spirit from the ’60s and her father a painter as well – Webb spent her childhood living in the small antique town of Snohomish & later urban Seattle attending Cornish College of the Arts, before finding herself in Santa Cruz, CA, where she lived for 10 years. She recently relocated to Los Angeles, where she attended Art Center College of Design.
Best known for her signature sound wave paintings, Webb is blazing a trail in the art world by melding her years as a DJ with her passion for artistic expression. In addition, she has completed CD covers for various popular electronic music artists while showing her work in the United States, Europe, & Canada. Her artwork has been featured in segments for popular late-night talk show Chelsea Lately, and in cult sci-fi hit Sharknado. She recently finished up a 2 month exhibition in Los Angeles’s renowned contemporary Gabba Gallery.