Connie Winters has emerged as a strong influence on the art scene in the Southeastern United States. Citing the work of classic French Impressionists as an ongoing source of inspiration in her own artwork, Winters naturally gravitates to France, particularly the rural regions of Provence and Dordogne, as locations for her landscapes.
Winters travels to France each year, crediting the provincial lifestyle she experiences there with giving her a renewed sense of spirituality and desire to create her detailed and vibrant landscapes. Her approach to the canvas is that of active observer, intent on recording the interplay of color and light as it unfolds in each scene. Through her energetic interpretations of nature and local color, Winters uses the canvas to convey her own enthusiasm to the viewer.