Cindy is a native Hoosier who has enjoyed making all kinds of art since her childhood. She started concentrating on drawing and painting in the last 3 years. She recently started a “painting a day” challenge to keep herself immersed in her work and improve her skills. Her first series of Daily Oil Paintings was of foods and she completed 50 paintings in 50 days. The size of the paintings (6×6 on gessoboard) makes them easy to group on a wall or place on a table top easel. Her second series
I am currently working on Daily Paintings in Oils. I was able to complete 50 paintings of foods in 50 days and have now challenged myself to complete 300 paintings in the year 2010.
Drawing with graphite pencil and colored pencil are also favored mediums. I work in great detail striving for a 3 dimensional look from the 2 dimensional.
Daily Paintings are priced at $75 framed. Commission drawings start at $200. Limited edition prints of some paintings and drawings are available ranging from $20 – $35 depending on size. Notecards of selected paintings/drawings are also available for $2 each.
Hendricks County Arts Council, Board Member 2009
Hendricks County Arts Council, Secretary 2008-2009
Central Indiana Artists, Secretary 2008-2009
Central Indiana Artists, President 2010
Colored Pencil Society member 2009
CIA honorable mention 2008
IN State Fair First Place in Drawing 2009
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