Cindy Stockton Moore


 'Nature's Alchemy' at The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education features my new video 'No City is All City' will be on view in addition to paintings and ephemera.  July 15 - September 16, 2023.

Past Present Issue No. 3  includes my recent project for Archive of the Air.  You can order your copy here.

This September, I'll be the inaugural artist-in-residence at Cunningham Falls State Park.
Programming will include a 'Drawing with Nature Workshop' at Thurmont Regional Library on September 16th and an invasive ink program in the park on Saturday September 23, as a part of National Public Lands Day 

Artblog: Happy to support Artblog in this year's fundraiser at Moore College of Art and Design, Thursday September 7.

Grateful to be included in this new publication Earthkeepers Handbook - with how to make charcoal on pp 60-61. Print copies and are in their second run.

I am continuing work on a video series of chromatic poems that use the color wheel as a structure for visual exploration - with sound by Rachel Wetzel. Informed by our Dye Club, these experiments in material-based, process-oriented videos explore tactile landscape and low-waste, sustainable strategies in the studio.  Videos for blue, yellow, brown and green are currently being screened in festivals.   

The site specific installation Other Absences is on view at Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia - the project has been extended through 2023. Here is an article by Tom Deignan that examines the history behind the work in relationship to contemporary conversations around immigration.

My installation - an openness to all things lovely remains on-view at Glen Foerd, Philadelphia PA. You can plan your visit - or read more about the project.