Christina Grace is an Artist, Jeweler, and Metalsmith specializing in high quality, bespoke contemporary designs in fine jewelry and mixed media art. She’s worked in the film and television industry as well.
A huge chunk of Christina’s life was dedicated to art and acting. As an actor, she has appeared in various film and television projects in Hollywood. She’s produced independent films as well. As an artist, Christina has been honing her craft in the arts since she was a toddler. At around the age of 8, she began winning art contests as her way of contributing to her family. Privately, she continued to sell her art not knowing her life will ultimately take a detour into the fine arts, specifically jewelry and metal fabrication. In 2011, after undergoing an internal transformation, Christina realized her potential as an art jeweler and metalsmith. Naturally reclusive and private about her art, Christina eventually mustered up the courage to take the plunge.
In 2015, Christina enrolled back into college to deepen her understanding of the jewelry and metal fine arts. Since then, she’s earned the Occupational Skills Certificate for Jewelry Design and Metal Fabrication. Shortly after, Christina’s ambitiously artistic and perfectly executed designs - including a kinetic caterpillar ring - earned her one of the most sought-after scholarships to the industry favorite, the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) where she graduated in 2016.
Christina’s work ethic and natural talents coupled with her business acumen and street savvy has caught media attention as well. So far, she's had her work seen on Maxim and Flaunt magazines. She's had celebrity endorsements as well like Bernie Sanders’ wife Jane Sanders and R&B Singer Justine Skye. Most recently, she’s made jewelry for a handful of Hollywood hard-hitters through a recent collaboration with Make A Film Foundation. Through the foundation came a commission to sponsor the upcoming film “The Black Ghiandola” that consisted of an illustrious cast and crew, from directors Sam Raimi, Catherine Hardwicke, and Theodore Melfi, to actors Johnny Depp, J.K. Simmons, and Laura Dern.
As a self-taught artist and seeing the progress she’s made so far, Christina ties the flow of opportunities to the training she’s getting from school, and realized that obtaining a solid education in the arts can be instrumental to one’s evolution and success as a woman, artist, and entrepreneur.