Cristina Keller was born in Venezuela. In 1981 she became a professional studio artist and developed a unique, dynamic style of artwork, exhibited and published around the world. Her etchings and mixed media pieces have been exhibited in Cuba, Venezuela, Mexico, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, United States, Slovenia, Italy, England, Spain, Australia, China, Pakistan, and Poland, where Keller received an honorable mention for the etching titled “Lovers.”
Keller has published a considerable body of work, including several award-winning children’s books. She applied her artistic talents as an accomplished professor with years of experience in illustration, drawing, painting and printmaking. Currently, she offers art classes for young and adult students in the counties of Broward and Miami Dade.
"I started my Intaglio studies in the 80s In the Graphic Design Institute Neumann in Venezuela. Since then I found a deep connection with the alchemical and ancient technique and continued studying Intaglio with the master print-maker Ina Bainova. The creation and drawing on a metal matrix leads a process of constant transformation, added and subtracted. It is a search that starts from the smooth and shiny plate that like a mirror reflects my feelings, thoughts and desires. Drawing on metal or other materials give me the freedom to discover who I really am."