Cindy Avroch-Rosenthal

associate member

Cindy Avroch-Rosenthal is a multi-talented artist who began her career by following in her mother’s footsteps. Cindy’s first love was always drawing, painting and sculpting, although Cindy is also a trained dancer. Among her earlier accomplishments, she received a degree in textile design from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, and a scholarship to study at Winchester School of Art in England. Cindy worked for a few years as a studio artist and then many years as an art director in New York City’s fashion industry. She has now returned to her true passion – fine art. In Cindy’s work, you see a celebration both of the real and the imaginative. The textures, curves and finishes speak for her in amplified 3D with each addition or subtraction. Her sculpture reflects the relationship between herself and the material she has chosen. With every mark and shape she makes, Cindy becomes a part of the work and it becomes a part of her. This is how her training as a dancer imbues her work. When the process is going well, Cindy's thoughts are articulated clearly, as if they are the fluid movements of a dancer on a stage. The excitement of creating something new that transforms from moment to moment drives her.

associate member

Cindy Avroch-Rosenthal

Cindy Avroch-Rosenthal is a multi-talented artist who began her career by following in her mother’s footsteps. Cindy’s first love was always drawing, painting and sculpting, although Cindy is also a trained dancer. Among her earlier accomplishments, she received a degree in textile design from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, and a scholarship to study at Winchester School of Art in England. Cindy worked for a few years as a studio artist and then many years as an art director in New York City’s fashion industry. She has now returned to her true passion – fine art. In Cindy’s work, you see a celebration both of the real and the imaginative. The textures, curves and finishes speak for her in amplified 3D with each addition or subtraction. Her sculpture reflects the relationship between herself and the material she has chosen. With every mark and shape she makes, Cindy becomes a part of the work and it becomes a part of her. This is how her training as a dancer imbues her work. When the process is going well, Cindy's thoughts are articulated clearly, as if they are the fluid movements of a dancer on a stage. The excitement of creating something new that transforms from moment to moment drives her.