Cynthia Minet is based in Los Angeles, CA. She works with post-consumer plastics to build illuminated sculptures of animals. Her drawings and pieces have been shown individually and as large-scale installations. The works reveal her interest in ecological and scientific issues, and capture audiences through their visual allure and conceptual bite.
Minet’s work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions internationally and nationally including USC Fisher Museum of Art, Los Angeles; Anchorage Museum, Alaska; CDC Museum, Atlanta, Georgia; UC Riverside’s Culver Center for the Arts, California; Museum of Natural History, Los Angeles; Los Angeles International Airport;Huntington Beach Art Center, California; Muzeo, Anaheim; Limbus Gallery, Tel Aviv; The New Gallery, Teddy Stadium, Jerusalem; Scala Mata, Venice, Italy.
Minet’s work has been featured and reviewed on The Discovery Channel(Canada), Wired Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, KCET ArtBound, Artillery Magazine, FORM Magazine, the Anchorage Daily News, RAI Television, (Italy), The Huffington Post and on numerous websites.