Christine Comyn demonstrated a natural aptitude for painting and drawing at very young age and refined her artistic talents at the Saint-Luke Academy in Ghent (Belgium). Christine Comyn then worked as an illustrator for Lannoo book publishers from 1978 until 1983. In 1981, at the age of 24, Christine Comyn became an instructor at the Academy of Modern Art in Tielt, and maintained this position until 1997.
Eventually, Christine Comyn yearned to explore a more expressive approach through her own art and abandoned painting by order. In 1983, Comyn's artistic journey began by mastering the delicate and unpredictable technique of watercolour. Christine Comyn's first professionally organised solo exhibition was an overwhelming success and the entire collection of watercolours sold out.
Being confident and creative Christine Comyn chose to abandon her solely figurative style and unleashed a body of work that earned her recognition. Christine Comyn's art work offers us a combination of abstract and figure painting.