Join us Saturday, Dec 12th,
1 - 4pm for a trunk show
Featuring Guild member Cindy Mootz
See her new work and watch a Ukrainian Egg
For sale will be egg ornaments, Christmas cards, magnets and matted artwork.
Something for everyone on your list!
About the Artist
Art is my passion. It has always been part of my life in some way. I grew up in Arlington, VA and was fortunate to have access to many wonderful free art museums in the D.C. Area. Although my parents were not very educated about art, they felt it was important to expose us to it's many forms. Art was always my favorite class in school, but when I thought about choosing a career, I decided I wanted to keep my art as something I loved to do instead of making it something a HAD to do. Throughout my career as an occupational therapist, art continued to be my creative outlet. I first started getting serious about my art when I took a watercolor class at the Brookline Arts Center about 20 years ago. I still love watercolor and also have dabbled in oil and acrylic, but much of my recent work has focused on creating monotypes. I was introduced to the technique about 12 years ago by Gema Phillips, a Brookline artist, with whom I still work. Monotype printing is a process that produces one unique print at a time. The possibilities with the technique are endless and am always surprised by the results! I love playing with composition and color and use the world around me as my inspiration. I belong to both the Dedham and West Roxbury Art Associations and the Monotype Guild of New England.
I've exhibited frequently in the area over the past several years and am happy to have been part of the first Dedham Open Studios.