Wittabego is an artist who creates vibrant, eccentric, and energetic paintings. Every painting has a story. Any person can relate and connect with it. She has been creating art for nearly 20 years. Having traveled extensively following stints working in the theater and TV, she has been producing works for clients in Japan and abroad for the last seven years. She started teaching art in 2021 and recently began exhibiting her pieces in Tokyo.
"Life is like a canvas, paint it very well."
Christina Ras (Wittabego)
Christina Ras, who goes by the name “Wittabego” as an artist, creates vibrant, eccentric, and energetic paintings. She has been creating art for more than 20 years. Having traveled extensively following stints working in the theater arts and TV. She has been producing works for clients in Japan and abroad for the last seven years. She started teaching art in 2021. She is currently doing her own art workshops in Tokyo, seasonally at Tokyo American Club, art teaching to an ambassador at the embassy and a French-Japanese international school. She finally started exhibiting her artworks and paintings in 2022 in various
exhibitions, music & art events, joint-artists art exhibitions and 2 solo art exhibitions in Tokyo.
Each painting has a story where people can relate and resonate with. Her inspirations and art themes come from life experiences, travel, people, emotions and usually ideas just come to her. She has wide variety of skills in painting or drawing of various subjects such as abstract, animals, nature, portrait, fashion, flowers and more. Creating art is her form of self-expression and great contribution to the world. She believes storytelling is such a good way to inspire, motivate and give positive vibe to people so she expresses it through art. It gives a powerful message that you are not alone that flaws and imperfections are acceptable and loving yourself is the only way to survive in this life. People usually feel happiness, and positive energy from her paintings. She plans to exhibit her works more around Japan and abroad. She wants to reach people around the world for them to experience and see
her works as well as attract art collectors, buyers and do more art-commission work. She used to sing, dance and act in stage plays and performances so she wants to incorporate these areas of her talent with her art but mainly focusing on making paintings.