Artist Cynthia Ligeros reinvents contemporary abstract art with inexhaustible creativity. She incorporates impressionist sentiments that reveal inner transcendent landscapes to the viewer. “Art can have a powerful organic and spiritual presence,” says Cynthia. "I seek to explore our place in a world that we have created, yet one which also creates us." Her paintings often begin with a single driving emotion—colors, cycles, and feelings of the environment heavily shape what her compositions develop into. As she paints, she redefines the spaces around us and how they connect to our lives. She draws inspiration from nature against contrasting artifices of industrial spaces. Currently residing in Colorado, she has a special fondness for the breathtaking Rocky Mountains. In all her work, she tucks a hint of blue skies hidden somewhere.
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About The Artist
The art of Cynthia Ligeros incorporates impressionist elements that reveal an inner landscape to the viewer, an image at once familiar and transcendent. She seeks to explore our place in a world that we have created, yet one which also creates us.
Her paintings often begin with a single driving emotion. From that, an image develops, inspired by the colors, cycles and feelings of the environment.
Sunsets, moonscapes, flowers, the changing seasons — all of these are sources of inspiration, adding richness and layers of complexity to her paintings.
Even industrial spaces and structures figure prominently in her work, contrasting the artifice of the cityscape against the limitless beauty of the sky.
As she paints, she redefines the spaces around us and how they connect to our lives.
Her art has appeared at the Denver Mayor’s Residence, Denver International Airport, the Madden Museum, Denver Botanical Gardens, Professional Artist Magazine, FOX News, and galleries from San Francisco to New York City.
Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design
Associate of Arts, 1992