Description Original Drawing is 14 x 8, colored pencil on sanded rust colored paper.The afternoon sun was coming in the window and was perfect for adding some geometric shapes to the softness and roundness of the flowers and the teapot. The roses are for remembrance, and the teapot symbolizes the warmth and support of loving friends.The original was exhibite in the Annual International Exhibit of the Colored Pencil Society of America in 2006 in Albuquerque, NM.
Cynthia Haase, Littleton Member Since December 2008 Artist Statement I am a fiber artist and a fine artist living southwest of Denver, CO along the front range of the Rockies.
My art study has been mostly self-directed. I have studied drawing, oil painting, watercolor, pastels, and composition with some very fine artists. I love the creative process but have settled on working in colored pencil and pastels...sometimes together.
I continue to quilt and create fiber art, sometimes creating traditional quilting items, and my favorite, art quilts.
My work has been shown locally and regionally garnering many awards. I have also shown my work in international exhibits.
I am the President of the Lakewood Arts Council which serves Jefferson County, CO and the national Membership Director of the Colored Pencil Society of America.
I was juried into the International Guild of Realism in 2006, showing in the second IGOR show at Manitou Galleries in Santa Fe.