Embracing Expressionism’s sense of freedom, the brilliant color of the Fauves, and Pop with a personal twist, she uses lively brushwork and rich visual imagery to tell each story.
“Women may be blue haired and figures distorted, because the work is not about visual reality, but invention. The mood may be high or calm but it is always transforming, while the subject matter might refer to suburban-urban life, contemplative interior moments, or the dynamics of my personal family relationships.”
Flint’s paintings and portraits have been collected nationally and internationally. She has exhibited extensively throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley and in New York City, New Jersey, Florida and Quebec, Canada. Her commissioned public art is on permanent display at Ulster County Area Transit in Kingston, New York.
Magazine covers include Chronogram, The Valley Table, The Ulster County Community Guide, HITS Program Guide, and The Van Wyck Gazette. She has illustrated a children's book, "Ten Pigs Fiddling," and her work has appeared in The New York Times, Hudson Valley Magazine, Poughkeepsie Journal, New Paltz Times and more.
Flint was born on Long Island and now resides in New Paltz, New York. She studied Fine Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz, and at SUNY Empire State.