Cynthia sees her work as an eclectic personal expression based on the classical form of the quilt. Drawing on her love of both folk art and abstract art, she explores dyeing and painting, intensive machine quilting, and a problem solving, seat-of-the-pants approach to quilt construction.
Cynthia Corbin’s art quilts have been exhibited throughout the United States, Europe and New Zealand. Her work has appeared in many exhibitions, such as Visions, Quilt National, CraftForms, Fiberart International. Art Quilt Elements, Quilts=Art=Quilts, and Artist As Quiltmaker.She lectures and teaches nationally, applying her passion to the development of each student’s individual voice.
As an artist, Cynthia has devoted herself to extensive study, working to deepen her understanding of the processes that drive her work.
As a teacher, she encourages her students in the search for uniqueness and authenticity in their own work.
Cynthia currently works in her home
studio in Woodinville, Washington.
For more information, visit Cynthia's website at www.cynthiacorbin.com.