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When Cynthia was in her middle 40s with only her youngest child still at school, she went as a mature student first to evening classes, then on foundation courses during which she discovered how much she preferred sculpture and working in the round than painting.

After an enforced gap, she returned to studying sculpture developing and refining the necessary skills to transfer the beauty and strength she can see in animals and birds, whilst simultaneously trying to capture their nature and energy into a static three-dimensional form in wax which is then cast in bronze or resin.  

Elected a member of the Society of Women Artists in 2007, she also carves wood and stone in abstract forms and particularly the twists and turns of spiral forms.  She added, "I like all my sculptures to appear to be in motion."

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