Tina Christiansen is an American artist, architect and fashion designer. She studied art and architecture at the University of Florida and at Virginia Tech where she obtained a Bachelor of Design in 1976 and a Master of Architecture in 1980. She practiced architecture in the states of California, Colorado and Florida. Her studio and residence is on Whidbey Island in the state of Washington.
Her paintings have been exhibited at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, the Athenaeum Music and Fine Arts Library in La Jolla, California and at various art galleries and shows in the states of Washington, California and Colorado. Murals of her undersea scenes were selected for the walls of Petco’s corporate headquarters in San Diego. Her paintings of island life will be on display in June 2017 at the Sno-Isle Library in Oak Harbor, Washington and at the C3 gallery in Coronado, California. She is represented by the Emerald C gallery in Coronado, California. Her original paintings and fine art reproductions are available for retail purchase at www.TinaChristiansen.net
Beginning in 1995, Tina created a line of silk art scarves that have been sold at exclusive resort hotels and spas (Hotel del Coronado and the Lodge at Torrey Pines) in California and in Washington. Her new 2016 collection of luxuirous100% silk satin scarves are available at www.ArtbyTina.net