Friday, May 3, 2013

Artist Cynthia Jackson

Portrait of Cynthia drawn by an artist in Paris, France 

Cynthia's story In her own words:
     I am an artist with SAATCHI ONLINE . Curated Creation's By Cynthia Jackson
  • A curated collection of my artworks. Using acrylic, oil pastels,charcoal,colored pencil & watercolor.. My paintings and drawing are of many different origins based upon many muses.... 

     As a child I always loved the arts.  My parents gave me the opportunity to attend different dance schools in Philadelphia and I even danced in New York.  I attended Fleischer Art Memorial on Saturdays also in Philadelphia.  
     While I was in high school I went on a school trip to Paris, France.  There was a circle where all the artists would gather to paint.  Our guide took us there and I had a portrait drawn.
     I am a mother of two beautiful, amazing daughters that mean the world to me.  My loves are the arts ~Poetry~quotes~nature~ & the Vintage Era.  The Vintage Era has always fascinated me.  The Clothes, hats and the style.





 





Drawings below:

Vintage
Charcoal and Pencil

Doe Eyes
Charcoal and Pencil



Thank you Cynthia for sharing your love of the arts and your drawings.


dolly

7 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness Dolly..she is a true artist and with soo much talent! I love her artwork, I would have one if I ws close enough! Thank you for sharing, my friend. Meanwhile, you have a nice weekend.
    FABBY

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    1. Hi Fabby, She sure is and just as sweet as she is talented. Wonderful lady. I wish you were closer to my lovely friend.
      Dolly

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  2. Beautiful work. I also love anything vintage.

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    1. Thanks Michelle she does good work. We do like vintage...love ya Michelle

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  3. Thank You for your kind comments !!! *Cynthia

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  4. So nice drawings ... wish I could draw so beautifully.

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    1. Thank You Anita!!!Have Happy Mothers Day!!!! *Cynthia

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