Visit the Corn Crib Studio to view Christina Allen’s works of art. Many of her paintings are watercolor landscapes of Southern Maryland. Christina has been a professional artist for 35+ years. She has shown her work in juried regional, national, and invitational international exhibitions. She has written and illustrated an award winning children’s book, A Micro-Chip on My Shoulder, as well as illustrating other books. She lives on Allen’s Heirloom Homestead, a sustainable farm, with her husband, cat, chickens, flock of rare Jersey Buff turkeys, and a flock of sheep. Together they enjoy sustainable gardening by raising much of their own food. Christina finds much inspiration for her artwork in this way of life and with the beautiful Chesapeake Bay around the area. You can find Christina working in her Corn Crib Studio most days. On other days she may be spinning the sheep’s wool, working in the greenhouses, going for a row on the Chesapeake Bay with her husband, or planting in the gardens. She also is an avid handweaver, spinner and knitter. The documentary film “The Dinner” movie was filmed about their farm. Go to www.thedinnermovie.com

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18988 Point Lookout Road, Park Hall, MD 20653

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38.22535976414, -76.458679865146

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