Sneak Peek!!!

I hit a monumental birth year a while ago and to celebrate the occasion, my daughter and I took flight in a hot air balloon! It was an incredible experience. We rose before the sun that morning and met our group in a lot, where we helped to fill the balloons with hot air. After climbing into the basket with our captain and a few other folks, we ascended.  I loved the slow rise above the mountains of Park City, Utah, drifting along with the wind.  I find the view from above to be so calming and peaceful, inspiring me to paint from that perspective.  All of my Elevation  paintings are taken from photos and are real places on the planet. Oil painting on metal of blush colored mountain tops and blue horizon.


Oil painting on metal by Cynthia McLoughlin of blush colored mountain tops and blue horizon.
“Aerial Blush”, oil on aluminum, 15″ x 19″, $975

Western Art and Architecture is  featuring me in the “Illuminations” section of the June/July 2019 issue!  Check it out by clicking the link or picking up a copy of the magazine in stores next week!  They picked a few paintings from my “Elevations” series as well as one from my “Storms”  series.  I am very grateful to WA&A for featuring me and especially to Michele Corriel for writing the article and capturing my process and inspirations!

Don’t forget to prowl my website for new work and share it with all your friends!

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