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Cydney Williams lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

Cydney explores themes of interconnectivity and balance between boundless landscape and the confined societal pressures of the modern world. She conducts the essence of the outdoors through careful composition, charging visual space with intimate embodied life and nature. 

Cydney was a resident at Monira Foundation through Mana Contemporary from 2019 through 2021 in Jersey City, NJ. She went on to spend 6 months in residency at Radiate Light Residency in Eldorado, NM, developing an understanding of the relationship between awe & ownership and exploring the interconnection between home, freedom, and visitation of both people and land. In August 2022, Cydney moved to Culver City, California, where she currently works and resides. She has shown in various galleries in Los Angeles, New York City, Jersey City, Miami, and Vermont, and the 2018 Pinta Art Fair during Art Basel, Miami. Cydney has curated a total of three exhibitions including Monira Foundation Presents: Longing for Something at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City, NJ.

Cydney holds a B.S. in Art Education from the University of Vermont and has been trained and mentored by NYC artist Dorothea Rockburne. She created the Tip N’ Tell podcast in 2018 to foster casual conversation with professional artists, empowering emerging creatives of all ages. Cydney is dedicated to not only creating space within her work for the viewer to explore their own expansion, but also has a passion for creating spaces to support other artists.

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