SID WELLMAN ― Sid is an American Pop and Abstract artist, known for bright colors, bold graphics and his whimsical style. He produces high contrast pop-art from cartoonish to abstracts. Over the years, he has sketched, painted, and sculpted just about everything—as well as created custom bikes, boats and race cars. He has received numerous awards and commissions for art in public places, and his work has been shown at the likes of Gregory Kondos Gallery, Phoenix Show for Uptown Arts, Old Sacramento Waterfront Artfest, Gallery 92, Art on the River, Elk on Parade, Excentrique Gallery, Skinner Howard Contemporary Art Gallery, Adamson Gallery, Rancho Murietta Equestrian Center, Rancho Cordova City Hall, Sacramento Temporary Contemporary Gallery, and in a Sleep Train TV commercial. Sid’s career spans over four decades. He started his first business in 1970 creating custom cars, motorcycles, race cars, and boats, and then, in 1982, he began working as a graphic artist. He began showing fine art in the early 90s, and in 1994 he began his own Graphic Design business with his wife Donine, who is also an accomplished artist. For more information on Sid:

This sculpture is approximately 7 inches tall, 6 inches across (at the widest point), on a 3 x 3 inch square steel base and weighs approximately 5 pounds.

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