During a recent Artist's residency, we used the river as our muse to dig into metaphor, meaning, community collaboration, and our relationship to this amazing natural resource.
Cynthia Robinson, an eco artist, was a painter for more than 20 years, and now uses all kinds of materials and processes to make artworks centered on environmental issues and ideas. She is an experienced art educator, has taught all ages of students including preschool, elementary, high school, up to Elderhostel students for over 25 years.
Her current environmental art education business, “Eco Art a la Carte” takes her to schools and communities all over New England for workshops, long term programs, and artist in residence weeks.
Cynthia is a NH State Council on the Arts' Arts in Education Roster Artist, a member of the Arts Alliance of Northern NH, New England Consortium of Artist Professionals, New Hampshire Child in Nature Coalition and the Women's Caucus for Art NH. She has a BS in Studio Art from Skidmore College, and an MFA in Visual Art from Vermont College.