Cyncie Winter is a professional artist, a psychotherapist and creativity coach. Although she has painted all her life, for the past several years she has focused primarily on working with abstract acrylics. Her paintings are a reflection of the luminosity found in the natural world and the courage of the human experience. Her current artwork is featured on her website at Cyncie Winter Contemporary Art.
In addition, she is the Membership Director at SYNC Gallery in the Arts District of Santa Fe in Denver and exhibits her work in other local galleries, including Main Street Fine Art Gallery and the Center for the Arts -- both in Evergreen, CO. She is also represented by Artwork Network in Denver and Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona and has sold her work nationally.
Cyncie brings a wealth of experience to those seeking ways to expand their natural creative expression. She has trained with both Eric Maisel, an international creativity coach, prolific author and psychotherapist, and Jill Badonsky, the founder of Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching. A teacher for over thirty years, she has a special affinity toward helping artists.
Cyncie strongly believes that when we respond to the inner call to create, we build the capacity to claim balance, peace and commitment to a transformative path and the ability to forge a life of meaning. Together, we will follow a well-designed program to help you navigate the challenging stages of the creative process and build tools to nurture your unique creative spirit.
"Cyncie's deep listening skills, her effervescent spirit, the array of strategies she offers, and her practical (and inspiring) talents as an artist have been gifts she has shared session after session. After regularly working with Cyncie for several months, I have started and completed several creative projects, planned future projects with intention and focus, and maintained a strong sense of self throughout, even learning to use my inner critic as a force for good!"
"Cyncie, thank you for your deep presence. Your great listening is helping me hear my true story."