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Contemporary, original, beautifully ambient artworks,
made with care by Andrea Edwards, Artist, Sydney, Australia.
Channel 9 Television, THE BLOCK,
selected artist by Tess and Luke WINNERS 2019
United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, USA, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Japan
Drawing rich inspiration from her surrounding environment, Andrea Edwards creates from her Sydney studio, located between ocean, lake and bushland. Her painting takes form in an abstract expressive style with an impressionist feel. Working intuitively, immersed in her long-held fascinations for colour theory, communication and aesthetics, allows her art to continually evolve, flow and share connection with an audience.
Calming and meditative, perhaps engaging and restorative to the viewer; Andrea’s artworks have often been said to contain an ethereal and healing element; inviting the observer to engage with their own individual experience, senses and heartfelt memory.
Andrea’s artwork has been featured nationally in a number of publications, including Grand Designs Australia and Home Design as well as internationally with an interior design journal. Her paintings are now held worldwide privately and are sought out by interior designers. Selected in 2019 by Tess and Luke, Channel 9, The Block television series winners; Andrea’s work has also been chosen, translated and utilized for both packaging and corporate branding projects.
As a multiple-time art prize finalist, commission, exhibiting and online artist, Andrea looks forward to engaging with her collectors.
“Our precious earth informs my art; infinite and wonderful, delicate yet powerful.
Impressions, intuition and the feeling of places in our natural world guide me.
I find I’m more inspired than ever to bring you beautiful artworks to be enjoyed; to know the ways in which art can transform a space and mood.
Ambient, vibrant, uplifting and soothing, might describe my body of works to date.
Expressive, textural abstracts with loose gestural brushwork and mark-making effects with a botanical / landscape theme.”