Artist Talk: Cynthia Lahti
Cynthia Lahti is a native Oregonian who finds inspiration in her state’s physical and psychological landscape. She grew up in Portland and earned her bachelor’s degree at the Rhode Island School of Design in 1985. After graduating she returned to Portland, where she continues to live and make art. Her art practice encompasses drawing, collage, and sculpture and is influenced by human artifacts from ancient times to the present, as well as by personal experiences and emotions. She was awarded the Hallie Ford Fellowship for artists in 2013 and the Bonnie Bronson Fellowship in 2015.
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