Famous silhouette artist Cindi Rose coming to Polk Home museum in Tennessee

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Nationally known silhouette artist Cindi Harwood Rose will return as a special guest of the James K. Polk Home’s museum in Columbia, Tennessee from 9:45 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, October 7th. A real celebrity and opportunity to get a lasting heirloom!

Sarah Polk’s music book, used when she was 14 years old, shown above, as pictured on display at Polk Presidential Hall’s exhibit “Sarah Polk: First Lady of Fashion” during Cindi’s past visit. “It is not known if the hand-inked book, dated 1818, was created by Sarah Polk or someone else,” curator Tom Price said. “But it does show she was familiar with the song ‘Hail to the Chief,’ pictured on the right-hand page. Interestingly, she began the tradition of using it as the theme song for the President of the United States.” Also pictured is Sarah Polk’s framed silhouette. Silhouettes were very popular in Polk’s day.

President James Polk Sarah Polk Silhouette Art
President James Polk and Sarah Polk’s Silhouettes by Cindi Rose

 

Prestigious premier international silhouette artist Cindi will make classic hand-cut detailed accurate silhouettes as gifts and donations to the historic Presidential Museum.

Silhouettes by Cindi are $40 each person – Additional copies will be available for $10 each, thus, you can get one for yourself, a loved one, and grandparents too. Her work is considered investment silhouettes and is ranked as top in the nation.

Wedding Silhouette Art

Cindi will have hand-cut beveled mats, acid free for $5 and lovely solid gold-leafed black wooden frames picture frames available for $35 to complete your gifts.  Engaged couples can do one together, and people can have one done to use as a logo! All silhouettes will be mounted on 5 x 7 acid-free card stock while you wait, so you are able to take it with you & to share with your loved ones as a lasting gift to last generations to come.

With more than 35 years of hand-cutting heirlooms, Rose gets an unmatched likeness with extraordinary speed. Unlike most other contemporary cut art profilists, she gets unique interior details and has the ability to do portrait groupings.

Profile silhouettes by Cindi Rose make perfect and unique gifts. Children do not have to sit still, and Cindi can “fix” hair, alter clothing or even omit a double chin, if requested.

The museum is located at 305 W. 7th St. in downtown Columbia http://www.jameskpolk.com/. The historic site is owned by the State of Tennessee and operated by the nonprofit James K. Polk Memorial Association.


ABOUT SILHOUETTE ARTIST CINDI ROSE:  A fourth-generation fine artist, Cindi Harwood Rose began snipping her way to stardom at the age of 16 and is currently considered the best as well as the fastest and most accurate silhouette artist in the world today.  Her silhouette art career began at Astroworld, in Houston, which eventually took her to Disney World and Disneyland.  There she taught herself to hand cut silhouettes, the ancient French way of looking and cutting, without preliminary sketches, in one minute or less.

Cindi holds the record for the fastest cutting of silhouette paper profile portraits of real people by the Guinness Book of World Records. Also, Cindi Rose continued to break records shearing 144 silhouettes in one hour timed by the San Antonio Express News, a title she still holds to this day, again winning another international competition title as the fastest silhouettist in the world recorded in a documentary film which she co-produced: “Silhouette Secrets,” sweeping awards across the globe including achieving the title of “Best Documentary Film” awarded at multiple documentary film festivals world-wide including Spain, Romania, and the United States in 2016.

Additionally, Cindi has been awarded The Rising Star Award as the “Top Event Artist” for 2012 for her silhouette work along with being chosen by Origin magazine among their “Leaders who Inspire,” “Most Entertaining” by Gigmasters, and recognized as an “American Hero” by American Profile Magazine as well as a “Woman of Distinction” by Channel 13; all for her talent and generosity for those in need and for her work to educate children about art.

Cindi is considered the world’s premier silhouette artist, and has sheared celebrities such as Elvis Presley, Liberace, Mama Cass, “Fergie” Sarah Ferguson – Duchess of York, Queen Elizabeth, Sammy Davis Jr., Golda Mier, Peter Fonda, Muhammad Ali, Mickey Rooney, Tony Bennett, Zac Posen, Patricia Arquette, and Ashley Judd, among many others. For more information & to hire a silhouette artist for your event you can visit her website http://silhouettesbycindi.com/