Cynthia Mailman (born 1942 in the Bronx, New York) is an American painter and educator. She is known for symbolic and landscape works finished in a "cool, pared-down" style. Her in the future paintings were presented from a incline inside the artist's VW van, looking outward, and tote up mirrors, wipers or new interior elements adjoining the exterior landscape. By pretend this, Mailman put the observer in the driver's seat, which is with the artist's dwindling of view. According to Lawrence Alloway, "The interplay of directional occupation and expanding tell is a convincing encroachment of the heavens of landscape painting".