Cynthia Stroud

Trained as a classical sculptor, her work explores a three-dimensional world of opposing forces – motion and stillness, light and darkness – that she calls the “choreography of life”.

Cynthia lives on the coast of Maine where she works in a wide range of media, including bronze, stone, wood and clay. Her sculptures capture the energy of wild animals and flying figures in action and at rest – from the leap and flex of a dolphin in midair and the tumble of bear cubs at play to the lazy poise of a sleeping bobcat.