This is from my still life series. I am inspired by the shapes of household objects but also by decayed walls on the street.  I apply layers and layers of paint before arriving at the final image.   This painting is on cradled wood panel with finished black edges. It comes varnished and ready to hang.

- Sidnea D'Amico

Oranges II

Acrylic painting on wood

Signed on back

40" h x 20" w x 2.5" d
7 lbs. 0 oz.



Sidnea D'Amico
San Francisco, California

Getting to Know Sidnea

Sidnea’s abstract paintings are inspired by her “frenetic urban life.” Working out of a shared studio in San Francisco’s SOMA district, Sidnea develops her compositions based on emotions and ideas derived from the city around her. She used mixed media to articulate everyday elements such as decaying buildings, wires, graffiti, and architecture. However, instead of creating artworks that reflect the darker side of urban existence, Sidnea uses bright colors, bold shapes, and dynamic compositions to convey the inherent complexities and fundamental delights of metropolitan life.