Cynthia graduated from the University of California Long Beach in 1987 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. In 1991, she started Custom Creations with Cynthia Danielle. Working with local designers in Southern California, she painted many murals, faux finishes as well as commissioned paintings. Her list of clients includes the Sheraton Hotel at Universal Studios, many local restaurants throughout Los Angeles area as well as prominent homes in Hollywood, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, San Diego and Las Vegas.
In 1995 she relocated to Missouri with her family. Her most famous local client was St. Louis Blues veteran, Brett Hull and President of the St. Louis Blues, John Davidson. She continued to work with local designers and directly with individuals and business owners.
In 2010 her family relocated again, to Ft. Collins, Colorado. Bringing her artistic talents with her to Colorado she has worked for local contractors, interior designers as well as the cities of Ft. Collins and Loveland. Cynthia was selected to paint a piano and a couple of transformer boxes for "Art in Public Places" five large murals for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, design and paint a cover for Discover Ft. Collins magazine. Her contributions to the city of Loveland include a painted transformer box; a collage mural for the Visitor Center; a painted Heart, for Big O'Tires and volunteers annually for "Pastels on Fifth" a fundraiser for "Alternatives to Violence".
Her series of "Old Town" fine art paintings are showing at Fine Art and Frame in Ft. Collins.