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Cindy Radke has been a creative soul since she can remember. Her earliest award was for a drawing of a bicycle in high school. She is a painter and beginning sculptor. Later in life, she attended culinary school and found a passion for pastry and decorative food, which she still creates on a regular basis.

While always interested in photography, it became a serious avocation in 2015. She has taken classes or trained with Amy Horn, Professor of Photography at Northern Arizona University, Joe Cornett, Photographer and teacher at Flagstaff High and Coconino Community College, and Joel Wolfson, a professional photographer from Flagstaff.

Cindy spent 9 months in Europe in 2015 and 2016, photographing France, Italy, and Germany.

In 2017, Coconino Community College selected her photograph “White Peace” as part of its permanent collection.

Landscapes and Macro photography have been a main interest. In the last four years, she has also been capturing abstract water images.

The focus on abstract water led to exploration of abstract compositions with other media.