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Ode to Paris in Blue, 49 x 12 x 30, Steel Mixed Media
       
     
Ode to Paris in Blue, 49 x 12 x 30, Steel Mixed Media

Cindy Wynn, American, 1964

Using age old techniques of welding, torch cutting and grinding, Wynn turns industry castoffs into avant garde functional, fine art furniture.  Her focus is the interaction of people with their most basic creature comforts; chairs & tables.

Wynn's approach is to make people’s contact with her work a surreal, royal experience by ergonomically fitting the human form to the work of art.  The first chairs were thrones, every civilization since then has produced prized examples like Wynn’s.  

Classically trained, many influences: Bosch, 18th century furniture, science fiction, junkyards and Japanese anime, shape her art.  It evokes a sense of comfort and ceremonial fun with a fascinating mixture of heavy metal and whimsical creative detail.

Series include: Alien Chairs, Alice in Wonderland, Ninja Turtle and Stepchairs.

Themes include:  Humor, Expressionism, & History

WynnNotHere.JPG
       
     
Puff, 18 X 12 X 12, Steel
       
     
Puff, 18 X 12 X 12, Steel
Beautiful Swimmer, 28 X 28 X 10, Steel
       
     
Beautiful Swimmer, 28 X 28 X 10, Steel
Banvolero, 31 X 36 X 18, Steel
       
     
Banvolero, 31 X 36 X 18, Steel
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WynnSpikePedestal.JPG