Christina Watka is a Maine-based installation artist whose work creates joyful, dynamic spaces by reflecting the natural interplay between light, density, movement, and people. Her low-relief sculptural undulations ebb and flow in a visual conversation about structured chaos, buoyancy, and air.
All of Christina’s work relates to the surrounding world. These large-scale installations evoke the natural patterns found in swarms, flocks, cells, constellations, and topographical maps. Using natural materials, she creates intimate, meditative work that encourages an upward turn of the spirit.
Site-specific installation art can transform the essence of a given space. What could a contemplative piece by Christina Watka bring to your project? We’d love to help you ponder.