SIAG October Artist of the Month, Cynthia Reddersen

Cynthia has had a lifelong interest in art. As a young child she drew hundreds of horses, and continued her art journey taking figure drawing classes as a young teen. She painted small watercolors as mementos for herself and her family members depicting the places where they vacationed. She has worked in oils and acrylics as well.

In her busy life as a Web Master and then Communications manager for several companies in Tysons Corner, Reston VA and Washington DC, she created one internal website, managed another, ran conferences, and created conference materials and newsletters. Fortunately, some of these jobs provided her the liberty to dabble in artistic creations.

In 2015 Cynthia and Bob bought their Seabrook Villa. And in the past few years, because of the pandemic, much time was spent at Seabrook where she found her greatest inspiration for her art and turned a sometime hobby into something more. She loves to paint landscapes, and waterscapes. Clouds are also a particular interest. She has also done several paintings of birds and horses.

Cynthia belongs to the Seabrook Island Art Guild on Seabrook Island and also the Fairfax Art Guild in Fairfax City, VA, where she participates in a guild gallery and various shows.

Please join Cynthia for the Artist of the Month reception
Tuesday, October 5 at The Lake House from 4:30-6:00 pm.

-Submitted by Bonnie Younginer, Seabrook Island Artist Guild

(Image credit: Cynthia Reddersen)