“My love of nature and beauty has inspired me to make art since I was a small child. I have always been intrigued by the shape of natural forms, and the play of light on them. I do invent my own forms and colors of things, but I believe the reality of my creations already exists somewhere in the Universe. I take joy in the original expression of that which surrounds us. Ultimately, I want my paintings to express energy and a sense of wonder to the viewer.”
Cynthia Egan has lived in the Lee County area since 1978. She was educated at University of Florida, where she earned a Bachelors of Design and a Masters degree in Art Education. She has taught art more than 40 years at all levels, in art centers, leagues, public institutions, and privately. These were located in Gainesville, Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood, and Pine Island, Florida. Currently, Ms. Egan teaches all painting media at the Pine Island Art Association in Matlacha, on Pine Island. NOTE: View some of my work in the Gallery on this website.
Cynthia works primarily in oils and acrylics. Her varied images range from real to abstract. She approaches her work with the intent to inspire and create wonder. She is known for her unusual color combinations and her strong contrasts.
Her work has been displayed at the Phillips Gallery, Sanibel Island, the Captiva Island Library, Cape Coral Public Library, Cape Coral Art League, Cape Coral Art Studio, Bonita Springs Center for the Arts, Edison Community College (now SW Florida College), Alliance for the Arts, Ft. Myers Space 39, Fort Myers, F.G.C.U., Fine Arts Gallery, Estero, the Royal Palm Dinner Theatre, Fort Myers, Pine Island Art Association shows, the Visual Arts Center, Punta Gorda, The Art League, Ft. Myers, Performing Arts Center, Spindale, N.C., and Lake Lure Artists art shows, Lake Lure, N.C.
Cynthia has won several ribbons and recognition for her paintings at the local level, and continues to strive for excellence in composition and expression in her work.
You may contact Cyndi at: firstname.lastname@example.org or calling
239-731-5563 (weekdays 8AM-5PM).