I walk in Nature, observing and sketching compositions with ink and watercolor crayon. I note such things as weather, time of day, and color nuances. These later inform larger abstract oil or acrylic paintings in the studio. Each unique painting is the product of being in a particular location, and the memories of that experience. Cubistic lines and edges shift throughout each painting, creating a sense of ambiguous space. Colors and textures then weave an image that elucidates the sublime both in landscape and in ourselves.|
Cynthia Herron interview with Joel Zak, May 22, 2015, KMUZ Salem. 25 minutes long. Talking about Cynthia's painting, thoughts on art, and the completion of her new memoir, "Paint By Number"
Cynthia Herron interview with Eric Wuest on April 12, 2013, KMUZ Salem; 25 minutes long.
Tuition/Intuition: Works by Cynthia Herron 5-minute video of Cynthia painting in her studio. Created by Lori Pettenger, 2013
Visit Cynthia's Facebook Page to see information on her upcoming memoir,
Paint By Number: An Artist's Quest for Meaning, due out in mid-September.
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