About

 

Thumbelina

“There was once a very delicate and graceful little maiden. She was scarcely half as long as a thumb, and she was called Thumbelina. ” —-Hans Christian Anderson

She was born of a flower. and called roses her home. With the first ray of sunlight peeping through layers of colors, an enchanting microcosm comes to life.

 

Leonardo Da Vinci

He advised young artists:

“It should not be hard for you to look at stains on walls, or the ashes of a fire, or the clouds, or mud, and if you consider them well you will find marvelous new ideas, because the mind is stimulated to new inventions by obscure things.”         ---Leonardo Da Vinci by Walter Isaacson

 

Cindy

Cindy is a Visual Artist who firmly believes in that photography is as expressive as Vermeer’s or Monet’s, as fictitious as Tolkien’s or Carroll’s; not merely records of the visible world.

With keen observation and transcendental imagination, Cindy has always been captivated with the fantasia hidden amidst her surroundings.

Her lens catches the ever-changing grandeur of sunlight dancing among roses. By unconsciously projecting feelings, attitude and life experiences, Cindy materializes things that can only be seen in her mind.

The mysterious images do not represent the physical universe, but convey suggestions and invite viewers’ perception to explore the otherworldly narratives.