I'M Cynthia Levine, the artist, and my husband is Marty Levine, THe Photographer
Welcome to Levine Fine Art.
Marty and I have been married for thirty-two years. Marty has always loved taking photographs, and I have always been creating art in some shape or form.
Marty is an engineer by trade, and I have a degree in education. We have three children that have graduated (or are in the final stages of graduating) from college. It can’t go without saying that we have two dogs, two cats and two grand-cats that complete our immediate family.
I have a minor in Art, but for the most part, I am self-taught. Marty is also self-taught. We both enjoy experimenting. I experiment with color, mediums and techniques, while Marty experiments with bullets, explosives and chemicals. Over the past few years, I have fallen in love with abstract resin painting. I love the shine and vibrant colors that the resin brings out. I am adding to my technique what I call, “controlled resin pours.”
Marty loves to take trips for nature photography, and he uses his telescope to take pictures of beautiful night skies. When he is at home, he is out in the garage taking photographs using unconventional methods (I think it satisfies his inner child): blowing up fruit, shooting bottles filled with colored water, etc. We have been doing art festivals and markets for about four years, and now we have decided to combine our talents here on this website.
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Cynthia: My inspiration comes from color and nature. If I see something in nature that has a beautiful pattern or colors, I am taking out my phone and snapping a picture. Colors and patterns are all around us and anything can spark an idea for a painting.
Cynthia: I mixes liquid acrylic paints, inks, and powders into resin and pour them onto hand crafted boards. Sometimes I will dropped alcohol ink on top of the resin before it sets. Then, I use a blow torch to create a smooth shiny surface. When I do a controlled resin pour, I paint my subject on the board canvas first. Then, I take a spoon and place the resin in the appropriate space, fire it and let it set before moving on to another section.
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