Friday, June 12, 2015
Silhouette artist Cindi scissor cuts to save babies and children's lives
Living Female Silhouette artist Cindi Rose uses scissors to cut profiles and logos to help other people's lives. This beautiful female butterfly was cut by scissors artist, Cindi Harwood Rose for a March of Dimes luncheon to save babies lives that are born with birth defects or prematurely. Cindi has stayed active with children's causes and currently as a living silhouette artist, is active with the Best Dressed Luncheon and Celebrity Chef dinner by donating silhouette artwork and serving on the committees. She has a passion to help children. As a former volunteer for the Austin State School with children with different birth defects such as autism, Cindi served as a volunteer and an artist to do art therapy. She chaired many events and served on the board for The River, which has art, dance, and music to help those children and their siblings that are physically and mentally impaired. Her hospital arts program, through the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation and City Artworks provides art to children in hospitals. City Artworks had Cindi Rose as a conversationalist, chair, and honoree for her work as a living scissor silhouette artist of this and last century. There are only a few living silhouette artists who do the best works. Cindi is considered one of the best. She is also active doing silhouettes at weddings, museums, school fundraisers, and fashion events in the top department stores. Rose, is also a TV personality, as an artist, food chef, and life-style enthusiast. "Art can save someone's life", Cindi says. For her, she says art is her therapy, passion, calling, and natural gift from G-d.