Surrealism that explores and nutures the community of women.  Articulating Asian American and Chinese American  experiences.   
  Discovering  psychological interiors and female landscapes.
Paintings, Mixed Media, Installation and Curatorial
Current  Events
Chinatown Memory Shop, 2010-2012
mixed media installation by Cynthia Tom
SF Arts Commission artist for "Art in Store Fronts Program."  
An imaginary retail store front that collects and showcases memories and mementos of childhood in Chinatown.
950 Grant Ave. between Jackson and Washington.
The best part of Grant Avenue. Go see the exhibit and have a cup of tea at Ten Ren Tea across the street.
June 14, 2014, 6-9 pm
TOWERS Gallery, Cloverdale, CA
Cris Matos y Cynthia Tom collaboration 
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Daily Lives - Discards& Variances  Cynthia Tom 2011
Current Works
May 5, 2011- May 27,2011
AAWAA and APICC co-presented
curated by Cynthia Tom
Circus Series: The Cloud Walkers, 20" x 16"
A PLACE OF HER OWN, Atelier. Mixed media, 12' wide, 8' length  x 10' high
The brick and mortar exhibition at SOMArts is gone now, but the images live on in our minds and on fllickr. It is amazing.
Cynthia Tom is the Curatorial Director of this long term project for AAWAA, Asian American Women Artists Association. 
For more information

See the PhotosA PLACE OF HER OWN
Read recent SF Chronicle article in the Ovation section on Cynthia's latest endeavors.
photo: Erik Verduzco
A PLACE OF HER OWN is an arts based healing modality. This project asks attendees to answer the question." If you had a place of her own, what would it be?". 
It is an 8 workshop course and culminates in an arts open house to showcase the work created during the discussions and art workshops.
Opening Reception:
June 12, 2014, 5:30-8 pm at
Thoreau Center for Sustainability, Presidio, SF
If you want to stay connected to Cynthia about this project to heal women with ancestral trauma and women moving to leadership. - tell me of your interest.
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