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Christina Sorace MacKinnon's paintings capture the vibrancy and complexity of life, depicting moments brimming with energy and a beautifully orchestrated sense of chaos. Her pieces blend different elements into a harmonious whole. Using vivid paintings filled with contrasting colors and motifs, MacKinnon delves into the quest for self-awareness and balance amidst intersecting forms and converging shapes and paths. Influenced by her ADHD diagnosis later in life, her paintings unveil a profound connection between identity and emotional exploration. Grounded in personal experiences and the struggles of women in a male-dominated society, MacKinnon's art stands as a visual testament to her ongoing journey of reconciliation and personal growth.

A contemporary abstract painter based in New Jersey, MacKinnon has exhibited in galleries throughout the US and Canada. Various publications, including the Trenton Times, Create Magazine, and AllSheMakes, have recognized her work. She recently received a 2022 Fellowship Award from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. In addition, her work is in many public and private collections. MacKinnon lives and works from her studio in Flemington, New Jersey, with her husband and children.

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