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Cindy Lass

 

 

Cindy Lass burst onto the art scene 27 years ago when she was invited to contribute to an exhibition at the Ebury Street Gallery on the strength of her first painting ‘A vase of flowers for her mother’. The exuberant colours and high voltage energy apparent in her work soon attracted the attention of other gallery owners. 

Her first solo exhibition at the Coningsby Gallery was a sell-out, setting the pattern for her career so far. Cindy herself has no pretensions to producing great art - she simply paints what she feels, describing what she does as "ART FROM THE HEART''. Over the years her naive style has acquired a large fan base, including celebrities such as George Michael, Victoria and David Beckham, Sir Elton John. She has even been commissioned by Her Majesty The Queen to paint her corgis. The work hangs proudly in The Queen’s private quarters.

Although Cindy has held commercial exhibitions it is charity work which gives her the greatest pleasure, through which she has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds. Her charity project Celebrity PAWTRAITS featured paintings of celebrities dogs, including President Clinton's, Cate Blanchett's and Sir Elton John's canine companions. Another charity project in 2006 was "Celebrity Flowers". Each painting was nominated and signed by a celebrity and decorated with Swarovski crystals, raising a great deal of money for the AIDS foundation.

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Cindy Lass burst onto the art scene 27 years ago when she was invited to contribute to an exhibition at the Ebury Street Gallery on the strength of her first painting ‘A vase of flowers for her mother’.
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