Cynthia is a native of Long Island, New York, resided in Columbus, Ohio as an accomplished fine portrait artist and currently lives in Columbus, Georgia. She is currently teaching art in Columbus, Georgia. She originated a television program, "Portraits of a People", commemorating African-American cultures and traditions in art form.
As a fine artist and business entrepreneur, Cynthia's work has been featured throughout the U.S. in numerous galleries, national magazines and museums. She is known especially for her striking murals in libraries and other public buildings.
Cynthia is dedicated to using her art images to strengthen and perpetuate an appreciation for African American and Native American culture and traditions. Her traveling art exhibition demonstrates a diversity of realism and abstract.
Her works are unique, bold and creatively cerebral. Cynthia's rich cultural background results in a dramatic depiction of moods and intensity in her subjects. Cynthia has these thoughts about her work: ''I know I cannot preserve a whole culture, but I am doing my part to create an awareness''.