Meet The Artist- Sydney Adams

“Creating art is not only something that I love to do, but something that I can’t not do. It is the language that I know best”

Sydney Adams


Sydney Adams has been an artist her entire life. She mostly creates portraits of women in surreal concepts and environments, often presenting as dreamy and feminine.

Through exploration and practice, she has developed her artistry and now it has become the language she knows best.


Oftentimes, the interests that we have as children can grow to become integral parts of who we become as we develop. Sydney Adam’s started drawing from as young as 3 years old and now describes art as being ingrained in her identity.

She is mostly self-taught and has developed her artistry through exploration and practice.

Sydney creates art for herself; putting into it her thoughts, feelings and dreams and has evolved as an artist from being more involved with traditional art to now more digital art. 


Creating art is her primary means of self-expression in addition to it being an outlet for her creativity and emotions.

Her work is inspired by music, nature and mythology. This is influenced by the likes of Frida Khalo, whose style is also reflective of nature and beauty, and an artwork titled Susanna and the Elders by Artemisia Gentileschi, a mythological interpretation of the patriarchy.

A lot of this work is also influenced by the questioning of identities, culture and society in general. It is tied to the representation of the lesser known stories and identities and bringing them to life through visual artistry.

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