A standout addition to any space, this abstraction from artist Sydney Edmunds is printed on gallery-wrapped canvas with gold embellishments and an image brush gel finish for added texture. Displayed in a gold floater frame, this piece hangs both vertically and horizontally.
Gallery wrapped giclee print on canvas with gel texture and metallic gold paint accents in a gold finish floater frame.
Our canvas artworks are hand-painted or giclee prints on canvas, gallery wrapped around stretcher bars for a clean finish.
Set to hang both vertically and horizontally.
41.5"W x 64.5"H is available online only and ships direct to customer so your order may arrive in multiple shipments.
41.5"W x 64.5"H is not available for in store pick up.
41.5"W x 64.5"H is Custom Art and is manufactured especially for you, which is why we do not accept cancellations, exchanges, or returns.
Growing up Sydney Edmunds would sit and draw for hours. In love with the human form, she would take magazines and draw the person on the cover. “I wanted to capture not only their likeness but their character, what made them real.” She loved the old masters, such as Rembrandt and aspired to be like them. At age 11 her family moved to San Francisco; she fell in love with that city instantly. Everything about it caught her eye, the energy, the culture, the creativity. It was full of movement and life that she had never experienced before. “It just made me want to create more; it just opened my eyes to so many new things.” Edmunds attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art.
She described college as a positive experience and had one truly amazing teacher when attending the university that changed her art forever. “I was working on a painting, it was just the under painting. I really liked it but felt I had to do more to it, like I had been trained to do. My teacher told me if you like then it’s done. Just that simple! I will always love him for that he freed my mind that day and has forever made me a better painter.” After school Edmunds moved to Arizona where she has worked in the art field for years. This allowed her to explore various styles of art. “I never thought I would paint abstract paintings but I love how free you can be, it’s all about the movement and color. Whether its abstracts or figurative and everything in between, I just want to provoke an emotion with my art to take the viewer to another place.”
Edmunds resides in Phoenix, AZ with her cat, Soba Noodle.