Cindy Barth


Cindy Barth was born in New York and holds an honors BFA in Sculpture from Queens College. She exhibited her large scale body of work at Kiely Hall Gallery in 1989. A summer session spent at the Vermont Studio School was a turning-point in her artistic journey.

After marriage and children, she spent the next years living an artistic life, always creating and infusing her creative proclivity into all of her activities and encounters.

The artist painted twelve outdoor murals for The Chabad Lubavitch of Fort Lauderdale buildings and designed and executed a decor wall in the Cafe Emunah located on the same block. Among other works completed for the organization were a series of eight biblical women relief panels which hang in the hallway of the ritual bath (Mikveh).

She has exhibited her work in several South Florida venues including the Broward Art Guild and the Daub Gallery at the David Posnack JCC in Davie. She participated in the Alternet project, a collection of artist cards displayed in library card files, which traveled to numerous cities over a few years.

Cindy has always been most comfortable working in the human scale and has been creating small maquettes of sculptures that she is actively in the process of seeking proper venues for at the intended size.

The artist currently resides in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.