Cindy Choisy is a native of Saint Martin, who has always demonstrated her taste and talent for arts. Yet she left her island to go study biology in Paris in 1997. However, she then enrolled in the LISAA Paris School of Interior Architecture and Design where she obtained a degree in fashion design and textile. Cindy went on with her journey in the fashion world, which shaped her artistic personality. She also helped organized fashion events. Cindy worked with a Japanese designer based in Paris for whom she designed fashion accessories such as bags, shoes and jewels for the Japanese market (EPOCA SHOP).
As she was trained to become a textile designer, Cindy demonstrated through her art that she had distinctive taste for colors, textures and repetitive patterns. Her style was influenced by a confrontation between the urban culture of big cities like Paris and New York City, and the Caribbean culture, which forged her identity as an artist. Cindy Choisy is a young woman deeply committed and rooted in her native soil. Her passion for the history, the legends and the truths of the Caribbean became the patterns of her painting. Thus, she creates pieces of work where the reality and the fantasy – worlds scattered with symbols and signs – intertwine.