Cynthia Wagner

Finding A Way Home

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The opening reception is on First Friday, September 2 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.


Colorado, CO

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Colorado born native, mixed media artist, photographer, and painter Cynthia Wagner moved to Huntsville, Alabama in 2012 after living all over the United States and Europe. Her work has been seen in many public settings and has been collected by museums and corporations. Her artwork often conveys an underlying sense of place and time as well as a fundamental connection to humanity. Additionally, her interests in architecture, light, identity, and beauty are evident in her artwork. She considers herself a visual storyteller and is currently making art in both her studio at the historic Lowe Mill and in her home studio.


I consider myself a visual narrator telling stories through several artistic mediums and individual artworks are often a combine of more than one element including paint, photography, digital collage, found objects, and a variety of other mixed materials. My artwork is often a synthesis of my varied interests in architecture, light, the passage of time, insights into human nature and socio and physiological aspects of humanity, and the transitory nature of life. Additionally, I'm fascinated by the similarities in the way that both the human brain and computer technology create fictional worlds.