Cynthia Cooper is a potter. a teacher. a communicator. a facilitator. an environmentalist. a motivator. a business owner.
Cindy Cooper is a professional clay artist working in Goshen, IN since 1992. She received a Lilly Grant entitled, “Dive Down to Change the Coral Reefs through Art.” Inspired by her underwater photography of the coral reefs, the high fired bas-reliefs on large jars give the viewer an experience of environmental awareness and the unique beauty of the reefs.
Thoughts from Cynthia and news about upcoming shows.
Solo Show at Firearts Gallery
September, October 2022 Cynthia's work will be displayed at Firearts Gallery, 305 East Colfax, Southbend, IN 46617
See Cynthia’s work in upcoming show at Goshen College
The show opens at Goshen College Hershberger Gallery at 2-4 p.m. November 7, 2021.Cynthia will be highlighting her sea turtle work in the gallery.Cynthia will be delivering a gallery talk about the scope of her work. The show runs from November 7 to December 15,...
4See Cynthia at the Spring Pottery Show!
The Goshen Clay Artists Guild is having their Spring Show/Sale. Have the opportunity to see clay work from over 20 artists including Cynthia’s latest work.
Goshen Clay Guild
212 W. Washington Street, Goshen
April 30 (9am-4pm)
May 1 (noon-4pm)
Learn with Cynthia.
Cynthia Cooper spent 24 years as an art teacher at Goshen High School and inspired many of her students to pursue their own careers in the arts. Cynthia is retired now, but continues offering education through workshops, lessons and speaking engagements.