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I envision my efforts to capture on print, the beautiful visual impact of the world around us.  If the viewer achieves a feeling of quiet serenity and a sense of beauty in this challenging world, I have achieved my goal as an artist.  I strive to bring beauty with the interplay of color, motion, light, and composition whether it is in color or in black and white.  I am heavily drawn to the beauty and antiquity of Europe, the natural beauty of North America and to manmade structural beauty.

Cynthia Fleury is an Eden Prairie photographic artist with a passion for experimental photography and creative techniques. She has studied art over the years and has painted in acrylic, oil and watercolor.  Her interest in photography as an art form began in 1996 when she studied photography at MCAD in Minneapolis.

Cynthia has exhibited nationally and internationally and has won numerous art and photography awards. Most recent shows have been at SOHO Photo Gallery NYC, NAWA Gallery NYC, The Center for Fine Art Photography Colorado, LACDA Los Angeles, HCFA Minnesota, Artistry Minnesota, and Arts North at American Swedish Institute Minnesota.

Please come visit and see my studio partners Brian Billadeau’s, John A Olson’s and my latest works, at our Lens Prose Gallery Studio #435 in the Northrup King Building. We are open most Saturdays noon-4pm, First Thursday Night of each month, Art-A-Whirl®, Art Attack, and many other special events, plus by appointment.

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Location

Northrup King Building

1500 Jackson Street Northeast
Studio 435
Minneapolis, MN
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Email

caf@cynthiafleury.com

Phone

Call 612-418-3820

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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

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