About Cindy Williams
Cindy Williams is a pastel artist. Her art consists mostly of black and white paintings of actresses from the 1920s.
Cindy’s favourite era is the Art Deco era or Jazz Age.
Her view on the actresses and ladies of that time is that they were very much more glamorous than modern day actresses.
It was a time between wealth and poverty. People had an escape when they went to the cinema and saw those lovely glamorous beauties on the big screen.
A couple of Cindy’s favourite Jazz Age actresses that she paints frequently are Louise Brooks and Joan Crawford.
Cindy is always discovering more actresses from the past. She enjoys painting different portraits of each one.
Cindy’s work can be found on her blog: http://www.cindywilliamsart.com
And on her Facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/CindyWilliamsArt
She loves to paint BIG and the biggest painting she has done is 28×20”.
Her favourite paper to use is Canson Mi-Teintes pastel paper. She mostly uses Fabre-Castell pastels for all of her paintings. She also does pencil drawings and likes to use water-soluble graphite pencils.
She has dabbled in acrylics, and watercolours but she usually finds that she always goes back to using her favourite medium, which is pastel painting.
Cindy is a member of the following art societies and networks:
Droitwich Arts Network
Studley Art Society
Stratford upon Avon Art Society
You can also follow Cindy on Twitter. Her Twitter name is @cindy_williams.
Cindy also paints commissions.
All images are copyrighted by ©Cindy Williams. The use of any image from this site is prohibited unless prior written permission from the artist is obtained.