data-text=”V Go: Sandra Cinto at the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park” data-url=”http://blog.vedere.com/sandra-cintos-encontro-das-aguas-encounter-waters-olympic-sculpture-park/”
Cinto’s artistic process of using basic materials such as ballpoint pens, or in this case, paint pens, reflects her objective to transform simple into profound. Cinto painted directly on the wall, transforming a single line into an expansive image of water through repeating it at different angles, lengths, and patterns. The result is a seascape of impressive proportions filled with mesmerizing detail and complexity.
In the installation at the Olympic Sculpture Park, she incorporates a wooden boat which represents the idea of a journey. History also plays a part in Cinto’s work, providing the basis for creating a visual interpretation as well as a means of offering her commentary on modern society.