Artist of the Month: Cynthia Jane Treviño (Pt. 3)

Web Para Mis Abuelas Bendecidas

Para mis Abuelas Bendecidas, Digital Collage, 2015 By Cynthia Jane Treviño

What messages do you want people to receive from your art?

I want to encourage others to explore what is important to them. I want them to know it’s good to have goals but it’s also OK to change your mind. We are in a constant state of change. There is always room for growth and I’d like my art to express that idea.

What have you learned about yourself from being a creator?

I’m a collector of many things, physically and spiritually. I tend to collect objects from nature like shells, minerals and plants. But I also collect memories and emotions through photography and journal writing. I combine these elements in my photographs and collage work.


En Honor de Mis Bisabuelos, Mixed Media Collage, 2015


Cynthia Jane Treviño is an artist and art educator from San Antonio. She received her MA in Art Education from the University of Texas in Austin. She currently resides in Portland where she teaches art and explores the Pacific Northwest with camera in hand.

See more of her work HERE.


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