(American, born 1960)
Cynthia Camlin's art explores environmental and geological change. She focuses mostly on frozen landscapes of collapsing ice sheets and melting glaciers. Her artworks are abstract, and she works mainly in painting and drawing.
Camlin is an associate professor of painting and drawing at Western Washington University in Bellingham. Her courses, as well as her art, combine the study of art with discoveries in natural science, climate change, ecology, and biodiversity.