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I am an interdisciplinary artist whose main interests lie within the realms of sculpture of jewelry. My work allows me to explore concepts surrounding the interconnectivity, abundance, and beauty within our universe by creating pieces that honour the integrity of the materials I am using. Of the pieces I use natural/found objects in, my processes of creating prompt and rely upon a flow state. This meditative mode is composed of fate-filled and serendipitous moments in which I react to and work with materials in a way which often leads to a final piece that I can never fully anticipate.

My current work is taking a bit of a new direction in which I drawing inspiration from the interconnectivity within the physical body and mind through both scientific and spiritual lenses.

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Cynthia Fraschetti is a Canadian artist who currently resides in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario, where she attended high school at Wallkerville Collegiate Institute and specialized in its advanced visual and media arts programs. During her time there, she volunteered for portfolio assessments, exhibit installations, participated in group exhibits, organized various art events and shows, played on her school’s volleyball and softball teams, and worked as a Research Assistant at the University of Windsor within the Faculty of Arts for a co-op placement. Alongside her high school diploma, she graduated with SHSM certification in the Arts and Culture sector, and received multiple awards including but not limited to WCCA Excellence in Visual Arts and the Governor General’s Award.

After graduating high school in 2017, she moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia to attend NSCAD University with the Professor David B. Smith Creative Innovators of Tomorrow Award Scholarship. In addition to being involved with multiple group shows, a solo show, and art-related volunteer work, she participated in the Creative Social Ethics Program. This initiative, which is based in Cape Town, South Africa, strives to enhance the individual lives of youth participants and ultimately their communities through art programming. During the three months that Cynthia lived in Cape Town, she acted as a mentor towards students for art-making, helped with their portfolio preparation, and lead self-developed lessons in jewellery. She also furthered her own skills by taking metal-shaping and glass lampwork workshops.

Cynthia graduated in the spring of 2023 with a BFA in Fine Art (focus in sculpture), and Minors in Art History and Jewellery Design and Metalsmithing. She is currently working, creating, training to compete in bodybuilding, and preparing to pursue her Masters in Fine Arts.