Cindy Shaoul and her impressionistic style

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Cindy Shaoul’s blend of impressionistic and abstract style is inspired by the whimsey and purity of the feminine form. Her most popular series includes “Brides,” “Dripping Dots,” and “Hearts,” as well as her iconic “Plein-Air” street scenes of quintessential New York locations. Shaoul’s work can be found in private and corporate collections worldwide. Since her first group show at Parsons School of Design in 2009, she has been showcased internationally – from Italy to South Korea – and shown at various art fairs nationwide, including Miami, Palm Beach, Dallas, and New York. Shaoul has had numerous solo exhibitions and become a favorite of celebrities such as Emma Roberts, Lily Collins, Ashley Park, Catherine Deneuve, and John Malkovich. She is currently represented by Lilac Gallery, Peanut Gallery, and Lerebours Antiques.

Shaoul studied at the Art Students League where she learned techniques from the great masters of impressionism from mentors Joseph Peller, Gregg Kreutz, and Tom Torak. When she met renowned street artist LA II (Angel Oritz) – who previously worked with Keith Haring – her work became strongly influenced by street art and graffiti, propelling her reputation and pushing her into the city’s explosive urban art scene.

Her studio is a vibrant and exciting place that is ever-changing with art pieces, tables lined with oil paint tubes, backgrounds for hearts, and new and worked-on canvases that line the walls. In 2011 she began her journey as a singer and songwriter creating music alongside painting. She lives and works in New York.

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