Christine Martin studied Fine Art and Art History at Ohio State University and Printmaking at the University of Montana. She began her career in gallery sales at The Mansfield Art Center and The Art Works on Main in Mansfield Ohio; printmaking steward of the print shop at the Imagine Butte Resource Center in Butte Montana; and is a longtime teaching artist of printmaking, life drawing and studio arts. Her work has shown at the Pearl Conard Art Gallery, The Mansfield Art Center, and The Foreground Gallery. She has been featured in several publications and in 2019, she was selected for solo exhibitions in Butte’s Carle Gallery and the Stoplight Art Gallery in Anaconda. Her work was also featured for the cover of "Iron, Ardent" by Sheila Black and published by Educe Press. Recently her work was featured as the cover art for a collection of essays by residents of Dear Butte, "Three Seasons of Winter"
She currently lives in Butte Montana where she is the Curator of The Clark Chateau Museum and is the organizer behind the Butte Art Walk since 2021. She also works closely with the Root & The Bloom Collective Non Profit to expand arts and cultural programming to youth and adults in Butte. Since 2022 she has served on the Board of Directors for the Phoenix Arts Alliance located in the Phoenix Block in Butte, which oversees the Imagine Butte Resource Center and the current construction of the Phoenix Fabrication Studios. She is also a member of the Mainstope Gallery in Butte, an artist cooperative. In her work Christine explores the consequences of unfettered industry through printmaking and painting by using surrealism to talk about the breakdown of local ecosystems.