“I love painting non-objective abstract because it allows for a freedom of expression and emotion that other paintings may not.” - the artist
[Painting] becomes an emotional outlet that may produce something eye-catching and meaningful to others that I didn’t intend. It has allowed me to experiment with various mediums and their interactions with one another yet still producing a composition of color and texture that hopefully becomes an aesthetically successful piece of art that is enriching or thought provoking to the viewer.
Most of my paintings are with oil paints even if I use mixed media it’s finished with oil. I’m still enjoying the painting process and experimenting with various oil mediums and interactions with one another so “my style” is not yet developed. However, Abstract seems to be what I lean towards whether it’s non-objective, expressionism or representational.
About the artist:
Cindy was born into a large family and raised in Dallas, Texas who influenced her desire to develop her own sense of space and style. She is married with four children and has two grandsons. She graduated with a design degree from The University of Texas in Austin and worked in the interior design industry for years. She is a member of the Texas Visual Arts Association, and has donated paintings to art auctions and/or made donations throughout 2011-2018 from the proceeds of sales to [numerous charitable] organizations, to include Dallas Council for Alcohol and Drug Prevention, The Magdelan House and Dwell with Dignity.
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