Christine Das (born 1966) is a contemporary artist who schooled at Convent Green Lane Penang and obtained her formal arts education at the Sain Academy of Arts Penang. Christine’s visual art career traversed through several vocations, including graphic design and book illustrations.
Since her debut, she has had 4 solos, participated in numerous local and international group shows and art fairs. She has received numerous accolades, including being named as one of the Great Women of Our Time by Malaysian Women’s Weekly and one of 20 women on The POWER LIST of Extraordinary Women in Art by Harpers Bazaar Art.
Christine works mostly with acrylic on canvas. Her paintings have been influenced and inspired by her passions: Nature and Life. Her stylized yet elegant renditions are meticulous and fostered with every stroke designed to capture the essence of movement, sound and events of the environment. Her personal passion is the Conservation of Bornean Elephants & the habitat of all wildlife. Christine works with various local wildlife NGOs including WWF Malaysia in support of this cause. She uses art as a voice to create awareness and raise funds whenever possible.
Key FOCUS: Malaysias ENDEMIC Bornean Elephants and their Habitat
Conservation Collaborations: WWF MALAYSIA, BORNEO CONSERVATION TRUST, MANAGEMENT & ECOLOGY OF MALAYSIAN ELEPHANTS (NOTTHINHAM UNIVERSITY). DANAU GIRANG FIELD RESEACH, SABAH (CARDIFF UNIVERSITY), MALAYSIA NATURE SOCIETY & ECOMY
CURRENT ONGOING COLLABORATION: THE MALAYAN TIGER PROJECT https://www.pandashop.my/product/christines-malayan-tiger-t-shirt/?fbclid=IwAR2hDe57v2wFh1-lkzHvYclypmGK98lEpzon_Dh-qlA7pNU-V8MAs_rW0ks