The world offers itself to your imagination, calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting— –Mary Oliver

b. 1989
Christy Titus is an American visual artist living and working in Paris.  Christy graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor's of Arts in visual communications and specialization in drawing. She then continued her art education following at Bowling Green State University and the Art Students League of Denver. Predominately working in the field of painting, she fell under the mentorship of Daniel Sprick and Quang Ho, during her time in Colorado.

Christy Titus’ artistic practice is rooted in exploring the space where past and present co-exist within the human experience.   Her drawings and paintings depict narratives, which meditate on the ambiguity which lies in our individual experiences and perceptions of reality through space and time. Research and experimentation are the driving force behind her work which finds inspiration in psychology, anthropology and literature.

Christy has exhibited with NEXT Gallery, Tesoro Artisans Gallery and Core New Art Space as well as shown work in juried exhibitions throughout the United States. She recently completed an artist residency at 59 Rivoli Collectif d’artistes in downtown Paris where she is living and working. She has most recently exhibited in the collective exhibition "Une Theorie des Grandeurs at Galerie 59 in Paris.