Hillside Splendor

Oil

14x11 Inches

$1200



Inventory#: CWM-031

Tranquil Fields

Oil

14x14 Inches

$1250



Inventory#: CWM-029

Local Gathering

Oil

16x20 Inches

$1600



Inventory#: CWM-028

Summertime Blues

Oil

12x9 Inches

$1000



Inventory#: CWM-027

Autumn Reflections

Oil

14x18 Inches

$1375



Inventory#: CWM-026

Cottage by the Sea

Oil

12x9 Inches

$1000



Inventory#: CWM-021

Days End

Oil

10x10 Inches

$925



Inventory#: CWM-024

Quiet Pastures

Oil

14x18 Inches

Sold

Twilight

Oil

8x8 Inches

Sold

Monterey Coast

Oil

8x10 Inches

$900



Inventory#: CWM-012

Golden Hour

Oil

8x10 Inches

Sold

Grazing

Oil

16x20 Inches

Sold

Striking Gold

Oil

9x12 Inches

$1,000



Inventory#: CWM-008

Winding River

Oil

20x20 Inches

Sold

Three Sisters

Oil

6x6 Inches

$700



Inventory#: CWM-006

Lavender Fields

Oil

12x12 Inches

Sold

Cindy Wilbur

I once heard a saying, “To be inspired means to be in spirit“. For me, being out among God’s great creation is the best inspiration. There, all of my senses become part of my painting, not just sight but touch and sound, all flowing together onto my canvas. “Light”, is probably what first inspires me to paint a certain scene, light vs. shadow, warm vs. cool; or lack of light, creating mood and atmosphere.

I love my studio time as well. It is there that I can create larger paintings, carrying with me the memory of recent outdoor experiences. It is there that I have the time to add my own style and nuances to a scene already lightly captured ‘en plein air’. I remember well my very first studio. It was a doll house that my father converted for me as a child. There, out in the yard, I learned the pleasures of freeing my creative energies into something I could share with others.

My work is most known for its impressionistic or “painterly” style, favoring serene, pictorial landscapes. I prefer to suggest, rather than render, simplifying large shapes of color and value, leaving the details to the viewer. I feel this allows them to explore my paintings, the same way I so eagerly explored my surroundings. My goal is to convey my feelings through my heart and brush in hopes that the viewer will gain the same sense of spirit that inspired me.