Born in 1966, Sindy grew up in Beach Haven, New Jersey. An accident
which occurred in her childhood has led Sindy to create work which
questions and subverts our traditional notions of beauty. Sindy's
drawings of the human form integrate magazine cutouts stapled to
the page, which are further manipulated by scratching out the identities
of the models faces. The work is provocative and full of rage, as
well as beautifully descriptive of the pathetic nature of humanity.
"There is a freedom," says Sindy, "that is only attainable
while drawing. There are no rules, nothing is right or wrong, or
socially unacceptable. There is no editing or censoring. A piece
of paper is a place where anxieties can live painlessly. A fantasy
can exist freely and unjudged. A drawing is merely a toy, a place
for the imagination to play." Lutz's work shares her genuine
pain with the audience, as well as her hopefulness and humor.