Cynthia Quinn Exhibit
October 4 @ 9:00 am - October 29 @ 5:00 pmFree
“My predilection to draw and paint was first exhibited as a young child. My mother would set me in front of an easel and I would paint for hours at a time. As I grew older, I loved to spend most of my time filling entire sketchbooks every few months and reading. The natural world was and is my muse. I am a devoted observer of nature and learning about flora and fauna.
Drawing, painting and teaching has been my focus the last two decades. But five years ago during a move and lack of studio for six months, I began to explore stitching and fiber arts as a medium to express myself. I found I could work just about any place, on the road or at home. It is rejuvenating to create art through this different lens. Using texture, embroidery threads, beads, and hand-dyed fabrics has added a whole new dimension to my vocabulary of expression. My painting and drawing skills are woven into each piece. So goes my evolving process. I look forward to the twists and turns.”
A reception will be held Oct. 23, 6-7:30 p.m.
More about the artist here
Masks are required in all Clayton Center spaces.