My work is a reflection of myself and my communities. The result may or may not be discernible to "outsiders," but I have the freedom to create and express myself with a camera, clay, paint, or whatever else I can grab in the sea of my imagination.
Christine Stoddard is a Salvadoran-American artist and writer. Her work has been published in The Huffington Post, The Feminist Wire, Bustle, So to Speak, Marie Claire, and beyond. Her work has been shown at the New York Transit Museum, Queens Museum, Poe Museum, Annmarie Sculpture Garden, FiveMyles Gallery, Waveland Ground Zero Hurricane Museum, and elsewhere. She is the author of Water for the Cactus Woman (Spuyten Duyvil Publishing), Hispanic & Latino Heritage in Virginia (The History Press), Jaguar in the Cotton Field (Another New Calligraphy), and other titles. Currently, she is an M.F.A. fellow in Digital & Interdisciplinary Art Practice at The City College of New York, CUNY.