Corrina started drawing horses at age 5 and continued throughout school. She received a scholarship to study with a wildlife artist after high school, and attended the School of Visual Concepts in Seattle, studying figure drawing and fashion illustration.
After taking time away from art to get her business degree, she resumed her study of oil painting by taking many workshops across the country with wildlife and landscape artists and attending courses at the Scottsdale Art School.
After living most of her life in Washington, she started traveling between Phoenix, Arizona and Jackson, Wyoming to do shows, meet other artists and study. She enjoys the open access to paint the beautiful scenery in Wyoming and the ability to photograph the animals for her paintings. She has done many plein air paintings since 2019. She took many workshops for plein air in the early 2000’s when it was so popular, so it was fun to resume it. Everywhere is a painting around Jackson and Teton National Park.
She greatly enjoys spending winters in Arizona and loves photographing bunnies and birds in the Phoenix Desert Preserve. It is a magical place with many nice trails to walk on. She has working studio at the Fine Art Expo in Scottsdale from January to March.