Cindy A. Stephens
Cindy A Stephens
Cindy Stephens is influenced by her passion for discovery and a love of travel. Her work reflects a take-the-road-less-traveled philosophy and a Capra-esque outlook. Cindy's journeys take her to American main streets, where she enjoys discovering icons from different periods in history. In her "Reflections from Main Street" collection, she portrays Americana from the mid-twentieth century in the context of everyday contemporary life. Other images portray Americana from a different perspective.
Cindy Stephens uses Nikon equipment to digitally capture images. She often uses unusual framing techniques and multiple planes of perspective in her work. She uses minimal post-production, preferring to capture the moment while photographing. Fine art prints are made on Canson Platine Fibre Rag, a 100% cotton rag paper with a pure white base.
Cindy Stephens began her career making black-and-white prints in the wet darkroom before transitioning to digital photography. Over the years, she has honed her technical skills at Maine Media Workshops and New England School of Photography (NESOP) and through instruction with former NESOP instructor Carol Krauss. In addition, she has received private group training and mentoring from freelance photographer David H. Wells.
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- Exhibitions & Awards
Brush Gallery Annual Members' Exhibition, Lowell, MA, Brush Art Gallery and Studios, 2012
New England Photography Biennial 2011, Framingham, MA, Danforth Museum of Art, 2011
Exposure: 15th Annual PRC Juried Exhibition, Boston, MA, Photographic Resource Center (PRC), 2010
Connections, Rockport, Maine, Maine Media Gallery, 2011
Collective, Boston, MA, Galatea Fine Art, 2010
Skies, Online Gallery, Colors of Humanity Art Gallery, 2016