Christina Eagleeye-Wilson is a Cleveland based artist and muralist. Her most important influence, and first experience with art, involved her father who taught art for the Cleveland Municipal School District and from whom she inherited a fascination with artistic experimentation.
Christina enjoys the fluidity of in-the-moment inspiration and creates with meditative precision, achieving tranquility through symmetry and repetition. Her artworks are handcrafted with inks and acrylic paints on a variety of substrates, rarely involving preliminary sketches.
Numerous paintings and drawings of Christina's now live in collections across the continental United States, in Péru, and Japan.