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Cynthia Camlin
A structural anthropologist concerned with the relationship between nature and culture, artist Cynthia Camlin is dactylic, immediate, and always challenging
Arts Review  June 17, 2005
"...Cynthia Camlin..."

'Cynthia Camlin: Extremities'; 'Marianne Green: Silence and Sound'
These two exhibits celebrate natural wonders exquisitely with expert technique
Arts Review  August 22, 2008, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...'Cynthia Camlin: Extremities' 'Marianne Green: Silence and Sound'..."

'Chill'
This group show of D Berman Gallery artists brightens the beginning of 2010
Arts Review  January 8, 2010, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...In any case, behold: Cynthia Camlin's delicate watercolor renditions of icebergs, the parts we always see and the parts normally occluded by icy brine, their myriad facets defining and redefining what we mean by the words "blue" and "green" and "shadow" and "translucent."..."

Top 10 Favorite Arts Events Across the Disciplines (In No Particular Order)
Chronicle Arts writer Wayne Alan Brenner on his favorite arts events in 2008
Arts Story  January 2, 2009, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...2) "Cynthia Camlin: Extremities" (D Berman Gallery) The immense watercolor depictions of icebergs with visible underpinnings of crystalline structure: the sort of brilliance that breaks our heart like it's another Titanic aching for the ocean floor...."

HEAT
Stepping into D. Berman's exhibition 'HEAT' can transport you to a few alternate realities as powerful and reality-bending as any virtual world inside a computer
Arts Review  July 7, 2006, by Nikki Moore
"...Each of the works in this summer show draws its viewer into a realm that is, frankly, neither here nor there. Cynthia Camlin's Grotto series, with its watercolors resembling stained-glass, creates "false" depth perceptions on flat paper..."

An Artist, a Life, a World
"The Mystical World of Kelly Fearing: A Sixty-Year Retrospective" covers the work of this longtime Texas artist from his days with the Fort Worth Circle, introducing modernism to the Lone Star State in the 1940s, through his 48-year career on the UT-Austin Department of Art faculty, experimenting with form and style.
Arts Story  August 30, 2002, by Robert Faires
"...While that's certainly a tribute to their curatorial efforts, it also represents the widespread affection for the artist himself. According to CRL Director Cynthia Camlin, when the idea of the retrospective was first floated, "there were so many people around Austin and around Texas who would like to see it happen..."

Outside the Box
Opening Closed Doors, an organization founded by artist Benné Rockett to give artists opportunities to address social conditions through their artwork, presents photographs, sculpture, assemblage, and paintings created by young adult offenders in the state Criminal Justice Division's Project Spotlight program in the exhibition "Self-Contained."
Arts Story  April 5, 2002, by Robert Faires
"...Those who did had a chance to work with Neil Coleman, owner of Pro-Jex Gallery, and photographer Jessi T. Walsh on taking photographs that focused on the participants' roles within their community and within their families; ceramics artist Mary Heard and conceptual artist Michael Stewart in designing an event to benefit the participants' whole community (their idea was to clean the park across from Mendez Middle School, to create temporary sculpture for the area that spoke to family dynamics, and to host a neighborhood potluck); UT Art Department instructor Cynthia Camlin on painting a 12' x 5' mural depicting the participants' hopes for their children; or Rockett herself on using found objects to create art boxes representing the participants' lives...."

More Places at the Table
The Austin Critics Table is about to hand out its annual awards for achievement in the arts for the 10th year, and the list of nominees is longer than ever.
Arts Story  May 24, 2002, by Robert Faires
"...Yard DogArtist, FemaleCynthia Camlin..."

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