10% from each Cynthia Sampson sale directly funds conservation efforts
Cynthia Sampson has always loved animals and painting and drawing animals of all kinds. It gives her even greater satisfaction and pleasure when she is able to use her artwork in ways to help the animals she cares so much about. Cynthia has chosen some of her favorite animal paintings to help raise funds for charities that are working hard to protect the animals, their habitats and to educate people about the animals plight. Ten percent of the sale of each original painting or signed limited edition gallery wrap canvas print goes directly to the charity listed with each painting.
Cynthia Sampson’s bold use of bright color opposites creates eye catching artwork that captures the viewers’ attention. Even as a child Sampson was drawn to use the brightest crayons in the box. She would draw zebras in vibrant colors and purple and yellow tigers. It was Sampson’s intense use of color that grabbed the attention of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates. Cynthia Sampson’s pastel painting “Wild Horses” graces their 14 Hands wine labels as well as their new Stampede wine label. Her artwork continues to win awards and has been published in the Wildlife Art Magazine, the Pastel Journal, Horses in Art, Spirit of the Road and Telluride Style as well as numerous newspaper articles. Sampson has had several solo shows and has paintings in private and corporate collections across the United States, Canada and Europe.