Cynthia Decker
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As a child, I would draw and paint at any opportunity. My Mother taught computer science at a local college, and we had a computer in the house when not very many people had home computers. With a computer instructor for a mom, and an engineer for a dad, my earliest art materials were green and white perforated computer paper, and I used to doodle on used punch cards.

I began drawing on the computer —pixel by pixel in green and black monochrome— on an Apple II computer when I was about 13. Throughout high school and college I studied and practiced drawing and design,and as the technology became available to me I started digital painting, while continuing to work in traditional media; pastels, acrylics and oils.

I left college to begin a graphic design career and continued to teach myself and explore new digital media. I began using 3D software in 1998 and was immediately hooked.

Initially, my portfolio was exclusively online, and I participated in many web-based galleries. People began requesting prints through my website and after doing research into fine art printing, I began creating and selling high resolution archival prints of my work in 2002. That same year I had my first solo show, and I believe it was the first show of non-photographic digital work in North Carolina.

Come Out and Play
by Cynthia Decker
Regarding Desire
by Cynthia Decker
The Bridge Under the Bridge
by Cynthia Decker
The Introvert
by Cynthia Decker
Guardian of the Spring
by Cynthia Decker
Equilibrium IV
by Cynthia Decker
Equilibrium V
by Cynthia Decker
Washed Ashore
by Cynthia Decker
Story World
by Cynthia Decker
Afternoon Alley
by Cynthia Decker
Aki
by Cynthia Decker
Cloud Watchers
by Cynthia Decker
Confidence
by Cynthia Decker
Equilibrium I
by Cynthia Decker
Equilibrium II
by Cynthia Decker
Equilibrium III
by Cynthia Decker
Infinitea
by Cynthia Decker
Locked Out
by Cynthia Decker
Narcissism
by Cynthia Decker
Observatory
by Cynthia Decker
Passing Through
by Cynthia Decker
Red Truck
by Cynthia Decker
Ribbons
by Cynthia Decker
Sitting Tree
by Cynthia Decker


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