Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Cindy Wright

Cindy Wright's startlingly rich, dense and lifelike paintings and drawings show a dark fascination with the macabre. Her works portray surprisingly intimate and detailed views of death and decay, forcing the viewer to confront a beauty that they might normally shun.

Enjoy! 



Cindy Wright, Bubblegum Bee, 2014


Cindy Wright, Black Orange


Cindy Wright, Dust to dust, 2011


Cindy Wright, Transgen fruit, 2013


Cindy Wright, Scattered, 2012


Cindy Wright, Fly, 2006


Cindy Wright, Fish tank, 2012


Cindy Wright, Nocturn, 2013


Cindy Wright, Diamonds are forever, 2009


Cindy Wright, Promised to the night, 2011



about the artist...

Cindy Wright was born on November 29, 1972 in Herentals (Belgium).  She earned a Master in the Visual Arts (painting) from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 1996 and a laureate at the Higher Institute for Fine Arts, Antwerp in 2006. She currently lives and works in Antwerp.



images featured above found here, here, and here.



3 comments:

jennifer from pittsburgh said...

LOVE! Let me tell you, I've been mounting actual butterflies and they are so fragile that yes, sometimes it's as if their wing tips turn to dust.

Lorena said...

I dont like anything dead :(
On the weekends when I am outside, I see a lot of beetles and bugs around dead and it makes me sad.

jorg wobblington lopez said...

I love Cindy Wright! Her charcoal drawings are also amazing.