Abstract Artist in the City

sarahphelpsContributed by Sarah Phelps. Abstract Artist in the City Sarah Phelps began fueling her passion for art from the early age of five, and her past career as a wildlife biologist has continued to influence themes in her work. She is now emerging as one of Canada’s established and successful abstract expressionists, and International Artists.
Recently, Sarah exhibited her paintings at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris France, and two shows in Italy. Among many solo and group shows, her vibrant and textured pieces have also been featured in Houzz, the Globe & Mail, CityLine morning show, and celebrity homes.
Sarah creates all of her paintings at her beautiful studio located in Toronto’s historic Distillery District, where she welcomes visitors. When Sarah paints, she simply goes with the flow, and lets her inspiration lead the way until a masterpiece is born. She creates in all sizes, and her pieces are primarily acrylic and mixed media on wood panel and canvas. Sarah also takes on custom work, and provides art for large-scale design projects such as hotels, offices, and condominiums.

 

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“I have a vibrant passion for creativity; in art, wellness, and the environment. Diversity is key. I am a minimalist with a colourful twist and organic flare. I thrive on inspiring and motivating others, drawing inspiration from everyone, and everything.” www.sarahphelps.ca

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