Celebrating the Heritage and Practices of Traditional Fine Arts Worldwide
Exhibition Dates: June 21 – September 2, 2021
A special thanks to Kristin Hoerth, editor-in-chief of Southwest Art Magazine, for selecting the 43 finalists displayed in this showcase.
The artwork presented in this exhibition is framed, and available for purchase. If you are interested in acquiring a work, please submit a purchase inquiry. Additionally, we request that you consult our Terms of Sale.
Cinthia Joyce was raised in Malibu, and lives in Manhattan Beach, CA. Her work reveals a fascinating connection to the animal kingdom. She frequently finds animal symbolism appearing to her through her rich and vibrant dream life.
Her figurative commissioned sculptures include a 7 1/2’ high “Atlas”, and animal commissions include the “Pacific Gray Whale” in front of the Point Vicente Interpretive Center, in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. She has received numerous awards in national juried exhibitions such as the Academic Artists Association, 51st National Exhibition of Contemporary Realism, Hilton Head Art League National Juried Show, Art of the New West, Kentucky National Wildlife Art Exhibit, and Palos Verdes Art Center Exhibitions.