Christina Di Marco is an artist teacher living in the lower Hudson Valley most of her life, teaching and making Turkish Marbling and Japanese Suminagashi with people of all ages. Painting and drawing, bookbinding, clay and clay lamps and lampshade making are some of the arts she shares along with her love of the natural world at Mill Street Loft, Poughkeepsie, Garrison Art Center, Garrison and Camp Wilbur Herrlich, Patterson, New York. She also teaches in many area schools after school, and in residencies for suminagashi, marbling and bookbinding and Arts for Healing programs for the last 25 years. Christina’s artwork can be found at The Bodhi Tree Gallery, Litchfield, CT, bodhitreegallery.com.
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