About Sydney Cash
Most recently, I've been revisiting the optical Flutex wall sculpture, that I developed in the 1980's. I'm currently creating new patterns with a more intense and vivid color pallet for that style of work. I'm thrilled with the results. This work was and still is related to my interest in non-dual seeing, which refers to a possible seeing experience during a state of samadhi. When viewing this work, each eye sees a distinctly different image, which is a challenge to the brain. Non-dual seeing resolves that issue.
Sydney Cash’s work is in many public and private collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Corning Museum of Glass, and le Muse des Arts Decoritifs in Paris.
His work has been commissioned by the Metropolitan Transit Authority, the Museum of Modern Art, the Radisson Hotel, the Falcon in Marlboro, New York, and many other agencies.
Cash’s work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the United States and abroad, including: OK Harris Gallery-NYC, Heller Gallery-NYC, Carpe Dium Gallery-Paris, Orlando Museum of Art, Retretti Art Museum-Punkaharju, Finland, and the Detroit Institute of Art.
He has received two Pollock-Krasner Foundation grants, the Fellissimo Award, as well as fellowships from The National Endowment for The Arts and from the New York Foundation for The Arts.
He’s involved with Buddhism, the Diamond Approach and Edgar Cayce work. He enjoys swimming, gardening, singing, and spending time with his family.