Cyndi is a lifelong artist and new Edmonds resident who six years ago stumbled across and discovered the perfect medium for her– clay sculpting. She loves working with clay and finds it fascinating, challenging and forgiving. Each stoneware animal sculpture she creates is uniquely hand built, bisque fired and then is carefully hand painted to create a sense of realism and personality.
Cyndi is a working Certified American Sign Language Interpreter who has a B.A. degree from the University of Maryland in Deaf Studies. Over the years she has completed coursework in drawing, painting, pastel and sculpture at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, and several other universities. Cyndi loves being an Edmonds resident and regularly frequents the waterfront taking walks with her three wonderful grandchildren to play at the beach and wave to the ferry and trains.
“My process of creating sculpture is very organic and I allow the element of chance to influence the final posture and attitude of each of my sculptures. My deep admiration and fascination with the unique beauty, dignity and humor of all animals is the inspiration for my work. I celebrate the special affinity between humans and animals through the creation of my sculptures, and hope that you enjoy them.” —Cyndi Brown
Figure Drawing University Of Maryland, College Park, MD Figure Drawing Ventura College, Ventura, CA
Drawing, Pastel, Acrylic Painting, Sculpture, Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, WA
Student and Co-Instructor, The Seattle Artist’s Way Center Seattle, WA
B.A. Degree, Deaf Studies, University of Maryland, College Park MD
Member of The National Sculpture Society
Member of Pacific Northwest Sculptors