About the artist

 

Cyndi Blue is an emerging artist and known for her bold brush strokes and striking colors. With an ability to paint in many different styles and using topics that many can connect to her art holds something for everyone. She has received many honors including being the artist in residence at Hat Ranch Winery and painting a mural at the Gem Center for the Arts.

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The unique origin story: Her creativity was released through a violent car accident where she sustained a traumatic brain injury. She found hope through her art during her darkest hours including the loss of her daughter in 2019. Her wish is to share her journey, let others know that they are not alone in their pain, and help to bring hope to others. For Cyndi art is therapeutic, grounding, and healing.

In 2019 Cyndi lost her daughter, Heather, and struggles with grief. Heather was a disabled adult and Cyndi was her caretaker for 27 years. Diagnosed with CPTSD prior to the death of her daughter, this loss has created a daily struggle. Cyndi uses her art to help her speak what words can not describe, release emotions that have no definition, and in doing this others connect emotionally to what she has created.

You can find unique gifts, clothing, and household items with her art on her etsy page

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Hand Painted Glass

 


Cyndi began creating hand painted in glass in 2018. In 2021 she decided to start selling it professionally. You can now find her hand painted glass on her website www.qualityhandpaintedglass.com or her etsy store htps://www.etsy.com/search?q=cblueart. She welcomes commissions and looks forward to meeting your unique needs.

Honors received

 


Cyndi began showing her art in 2016 when she joined the Nampa Art Guild, Art Project Boise and the Treasure Valley Artist Alliance. She was quickly accepted in to shows such as Private Idaho which was held at the BSU radio station, Love and Heart break put on by Art Project Boise at the Owyhee, and HEAT at the Nampa Civic Center. In 2017 she had a painting, May Love and light surround you today, accepted for the city of Meridian street box art project, she was also the city of Eagle’s artist of the month, and artist of the month at Meraki restaurant. Her painting, Static Power, was accepted in to the fall salon at Logan’s fine art gallery in Logan, Utah. In 2019 she won honorable mention for her painting, movement, at the Western Idaho Fair, and was accepted in to shows like We ARt Women Exhibit put on by Art Source Gallery of Boise, Idaho. Initial Point Gallery accepted several of her painting, Abstract #,  in to the show Beyond the Red Door put on by the TVAA, and the Meridian library accepted her paintings black and white series for their reflections and shadows show put on by the TVAA. As part of the Marsing Chamber of Commerce, Cyndi was involved with the management of the Wine and Arts festival. This lead to an article about her and her origin story to be printed up in The Owyhee Avalanche. She has also been requested for private art shows designed for high end collectors. You can find her art in collections all over the United States, including Hawaii. The Gem Center for the Arts has her first mural in their stair well. Check out Cyndi’s social media to see pictures of this amazing painting.

Cyndi continues to sell her art at Hat Ranch winery, and is now selling her hand painted glasses, prints, and magnets at OC Coffee in Marsing, Idaho. 

In 2020 she began accepting commissions for businesses. If you wish to commission art for your home or office simply contact the artist.  You will find a 48 x 48 original called Earth, air, fire, water, and spirit at Vibrant PT and Wellness located in Eagle, Idaho. In Sandy, Utah located at Restorative Health Primary Care you will find the painting Differences, which is 60 x 48.