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Kynthea is drawn to collaborate with pioneers of the future to bring about a better world for all.
Together with Richard C. Hoagland, she studied the first Cydonia photos from Mars and helped organize the early Mars investigation and spear-headed several Mars Rallys at JPL in Pasadena, California. Kynthea served as Artistic Director for the Mars Project and collaborated on the first Mars Exhibit.
She was the first to sculpt the incredibly controversial Face on Mars along with the Cliff behind it that echoes from profile “face features”. This sculpture appeared on the first edition of “Monuments of Mars” by Richard C. Hoagland and was later corroborated by computer analysis of Mark J. Carlotto. Then came the “Cody Mars Face”, unveiled at the Cody Conference where she contributed to discussions with other Anomalies Researchers including Richard C. Hoagland, Anthony West, Eugene Mallove, Tom Van Flandern and others. When the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) took a provocative photo of the Face on Mars she set about to sculpt the face once again, including the new data revealed in the NASA photo. That sculpture, the ‘Malta Bronze” was featured on a later edition of the “Monuments of Mars” book cover designed by her. She later created a 3D computer model used in Mars Face animations featured on PAX TV. The mystery of the Face on Mars captured her attention for more than 17 years.
Kynthea continues to support and contribute to the on-going planetary/Mars investigations with the Enterprise Mission Imaging Team, her interest and research of Martian anomalies spans nearly 40 years.