Cindy Wilson brings her Views of St Augustine to Amiro Art & Found
After a 30-year career as an award winning graphic artist and owner of a full-service design and advertising firm Cindy retired in Dec. 2013. Cindy now works most days in her studio, experimenting with wax and dyes. The transition from a graphic artist to a batik artist is less of a leap than one might think, batiks are very graphic, images must be broken down into shapes and colors, and the process of creating colors through a series of dipping the cloth into multiple colored dye baths takes a lot of thought and planning. It’s the kind of analytical thinking done constantly by a graphic artist.
Cindy says "This small collection of batiks was born out of a request to create a batik of St. Augustine for my son’s wedding invitation. As I spent time wandering the streets and waterfront, I looked for less told perspectives of this beautiful city. Even as I focused on the architecture, the natural world competed for my attention. In these final landscapes, nature ends up dominating the compositions, with bits of the town peeking through.
It's hard to take this girl out of the woods."
Join Cindy and other Amiro Art & Found Artists at our gallery
First Friday Artwalk
5pm - 9pm