Mint Sherbet Wall Art

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Our acrylic prints are the sleekest, chicest way to elevate your home decor with a modern frameless look. Featuring crystal edges that make us swoon. All ArtSugar products are made with eco-friendly materials.
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Transform your living space with Sherbet Wall Art by artist Sara Luna. Perfect for fans of sleek, sweet home decor, our acrylic prints make any environment look like an interior designer just popped in. With candy-colors like lavender, rose, and mint, these are the perfect summer addition to your home. Sherbet Wall Art is sure to sweeten the aesthetic of any home.

Acrylic prints are glossy, BPA free & hinged to an aluminum dibond backer for easy install. Acrylic prints are 2 Dimensional.

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Sarah is a Texas based contemporary abstract and pop artist.  Her love of color and connection to finding and creating joy is translated in her abstract work, her mounted popsicles and fortune cookie sculptures. Her work is best noted for her play with symbols that portray human connection and nostalgia.  While her mounted popsicles were originally created to spark joy for her daughters after a tough school year, they eventually made their way into homes of family members, friends and now the public with an evolving abstract and collage aesthetic.

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MEET THE ARTIST

Sarah is a Texas based contemporary abstract and pop artist. Her love of color and connection to finding and creating joy is translated in her abstract work, her mounted popsicles and fortune cookie sculptures. Her work is best noted for her play with symbols that portray human connection and nostalgia. While her mounted popsicles were originally created to spark joy for her daughters after a tough school year, they eventually made their way into homes of family members, friends and now the public with an evolving abstract and collage aesthetic.


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