The Rusty Toque | Portfolios | Issue 4 | February 15, 2013
DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT
The recent paintings are nightscapes that hint at impending (or subsiding) doom. The imagined landscapes are inspired by my memory of growing up in Florida–disparate scenes of controlled burns, coastal floods, and youthful exploits. Located somewhere between adventure and disaster, the paintings offer a glimpse into my on-going exploration of the tenuous relationship between the figure and its environment.
CINDY STOCKTON-MOORE is a Philadelphia based artist whose recent shows include 'Toward Futility' a solo project at Artspace Liberti (Philadelphia) and the two person exhibitions ‘An Island Now Peopled’ at Chashama Chelsea Project Space (New York) and ‘Water/Line’ at The Center for Contemporary Art (Bedminster, NJ.) She has shown throughout the US and abroad with group exhibitions at venues such as Heskin Contemporary (New York, NY,) PS122 (New York NY,) The Painting Center (New York, NY,) Sandy Carson Gallery (Denver, CO,) Public Fiction (Los Angeles, CA,) and The Museum of Science and Industry (Tampa, FL.) Her writing on art has appeared in ArtNews, NYArts Magazine, The New York Sun, in addition to university and web publications. Cindy received her MFA in Painting from Syracuse University.