Poppies In Paris
13"x13" batik on cotton (framed 21"x21") - $580
Nodding Sunflowers
11"x15.5" batik on cotton (framed 18"x21") $510 SOLD
Misty Morn 2
13"x22" batik on cotton (framed 20"x29") $790
Brickyard Pond I
13"x19" batik on cotton (framed 20"x25") $680
High Dunes at the Cape
14"x14" batik on cotton (framed 21"x21") $580 SOLD
Acadia After a Rain
13"x17.5" batik on cotton (framed 20"x25") $675
Summer At Last
13"x18" batik on cotton (framed 20"x25") $645
Children Climbing Tree
24"x18" batik on cotton (framed 28"x22") $1150
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Cindy Wilson


After a 30-year career as an award-winning graphic artist and owner of a full-service design and advertising firm, Cindy retired December of 2013. Cindy now works most days in her studio, experimenting with wax and dyes. The transition from a graphic artist to a batik artist is less of a leap than one might think, batiks are very graphic, images must be broken down into shapes and colors, and the process of creating colors through a series of dipping the cloth into multiple colored dye baths takes a lot of thought and planning. It’s the kind of analytical thinking done constantly by a graphic artist.

She initially learned batik from a workshop with Wendy Tatter in St. Augustine and began to explore batik on her own. In 2013 she studied with Beth and Jonathan Evans, accomplished batik artists in Colorado. A large percentage of her work is based on her personal interactions with nature, hiking deep into the woods looking for solitary spots to inspire her next batiks. Many but not all are Northern Florida subjects. There is a series of Havana, Cuba, Maine and New England along with an emerging interest in working with Indigo dye to create monochromatic batiks.

Currently her work can be seen at:
Butterfield Garage Art Gallery, King Street, St. Augustine, Florida
Dryden Gallery, Providence, RI.
Bascom Center for the Arts, Highlands NC



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