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About this website:
Blog: updates, notes and thoughts and all the other stuff so that the front page stays tidy.
Events: come out and say hi! This is where I post our monthly receptions
Gallery Context: where you can see my available work in person
Portfolio: collection of photos of my work, some in progress, some complete and some taken in their new homes.
Q/A: information on buying art, commissioned pieces and care for your art.
Videos: moving pictures of a few projects.
Mom, Artist, Entrepreneur, Lover of Life and Sunrises!
Finding things that others toss aside is where the game starts. I love the challenge of using what I find to create something entirely different. For me creating art is about being able to feel free to be spontaneous. However, my favorite pieces are works that I have been commissioned to make. Those opportunities push me as an artist, forcing me to meet requirements and challenge myself.
“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” Thomas Merton
Cynthia Freese was the Co–Founder and CEO of Evergreen Events Inc, where she has spent 10 years as the Executive Director of LOGIN Conference. Prior to her founding of Evergreen Events, Cynthia was the Event Director at The Game Initiative, where she grew the Game Initiative’s conferences to include boutique, senior-level events with a unique focus. Cynthia was the creator and manager of the 2005 Casual Games Conference in Seattle. This successful conference allowed the game industry to focus on a new perspective in the industry. She was also the Conference Director of the 2005 Austin Game Conference, Women’s Game Conference and Writers Game Conference in Austin, Texas, all of which had record attendance in 2005. In addition to her work on innovative conferences, Cynthia also focused on the Breaking In To the Game Industry events as well as helping to organize and attain industry speakers for middle school Career Days around the country. Having sold her company in 2012 in order to devote her time to creating art as the founder of EverGirl Art, Cynthia found it was equally rewarding to help other artists. Carrying over her legacy of connecting people to people and creating value, Cynthia likes to be thought of as a bridge between groups and believes that by working together we will accomplish, and create, far more together.