Art Scene: Cindy Roesinger debuts Village Life

“Cindy Roesinger: Village Life” is a collection of oil paintings reflecting a visual narrative of our local villages along the Delaware River. From a softly rendered view of the Prallsville Mills in Stockton to a sweeping panoramic of the river and Lewis Island in Lambertville, her paintings depict an engaging, colorful view of life in the Delaware Valley.
Awarded the distinction of being one of the world’s best minimalist painters in 2016 by the American Art Award association, Cindy works in oils and mostly alla prima. “I often align my work closely to what feels like musical composition to me. When I approach the creation of a new work of art, I am seeking a visceral response to the lyrical quality unfolding within the work. Sometimes that is represented in a harmonious, quiet painting with soft tones, represented in kind by the palette and treatment of the shapes and edges within, perhaps punctuated by a moment of discord for emphasis, and other times it is like a symphony with layers of color and movement. My intention is to create a sonata of interlocking monologues that engage the viewer. Working in oils, I emphasize a more organic aesthetic. By expressing spontaneous, direct feeling, there is an energy and vibration created in my current work that emphasizes essential movement, form and color, while eliminating extraneous detail, leaving the viewer with the origin of the image, and the moment that inspired it’s creation.”
Cindy’s professional career began in 1984 in New York City at the International Center for Photography and Magnum Photos, leading to a career as a director, photo editor, researcher and photographer at Photo Researchers, and Gamma/Liaison Intl. A self-taught painter, Cindy transitioned from photography into oil painting in 2005 after moving to Bucks County, PA. Her internationally acclaimed work has been the recipient of several awards, displayed, collected, published, and featured in numerous books, magazines, electronic media, galleries, and private collections. She currently resides and works in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
The Bank of Princeton Community Gallery, 10 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ. October 16th through November 13th, with a reception on Saturday, October 21st from 9:30-11:30am, and a Meet the Artist event on Saturday, October 28th from 9:30-11:30am. For more info or to see more of Cindy’s work: or call 215-794-2472.