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Give me Sunday (Print) | Prints by Sarah Finucane. Item composed of canvas in mid century modern or contemporary style
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Give me Sunday (Print) | Prints by Sarah Finucane. Item composed of canvas in mid century modern or contemporary style
Give me Sunday (Print) | Prints by Sarah Finucane. Item composed of canvas in mid century modern or contemporary style

Created and Sold by Sarah Finucane

Sarah Finucane

Give me Sunday (Print)

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Price from $708 to $1,476

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Shipping: USPS 7-15 days
Estimated Arrival: June 9, 2024
Shipping is free. 7-9 business days production time + another 7 business days shipping transit time


Woman Owned

Made In USA

60H x 45W x 1.5D in
152.4H x 114.3W x 3.81D cm
4.54 kg
10 lb
48H x 36W x 1.5D in
121.92H x 91.44W x 3.81D cm
4.54 kg
10 lb
55H x 41W x 1.5D in
139.7H x 104.14W x 3.81D cm
4.54 kg
10 lb

All prints are unframed (if you would like to add a frame, please get in touch I have many options available).
Fine art archival giclee prints are made to order and hand finished with a matte varnish. Shipping is FREE to anywhere in the USA and there is a delivery time of approximately 7-14 days. Due to this level of customization, prints cannot be returned.


Sunday is traditionally reserved for rest, reboot and gathering. Despite the tranquility, there is an underlying tension as most of us are reminded that our sense of freedom will ends shortly, when our alarms buzz Monday morning.

Through a combination of acrylic paint, oil bars, water-based spray paint, and collaged materials such as painted paper bags, vintage dress patterns, piano player paper, newsprint, colored tape, and laser printer transfers, this piece captures the essence of Sunday's calming neutral tones in black and tinted whites. The pops of neon red and orange and cool arctic blue enliven the work, evoking the social and gathering aspect of Sundays.

"Give Me Sunday" invites the viewer to escape the noise and distractions of the modern world and find sanctuary in the calm of Sunday, while also celebrating the creative energy and potential that the day holds.

Item Give me Sunday (Print)
Created by Sarah Finucane
As seen in Creator's Studio, Ridgefield, CT
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Sarah Finucane
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2022
Abstract mixed media paintings

In high school, I used to cut classes and hide out in the dark room. Occasionally, I’d take art classes at the local arts guild instead of going to school. According to the principal, I set a new record for the most cut classes. That said, I still made honor role my senior year.

I went on to graduate from Savannah College of Art & Design. Then moved by the beach in Venice, CA where, in those days, it was said that was where “art met crime”. I invested twenty unforgettable years into helping brands create fans— as a Creative Director and Product Design Strategist by day, and evolving my palette as a painter by night.

Recently, I’ve gone full circle, returned east to the lush green (and snowy white) landscapes of my early years, and set up a private art & design studio not far from the arts guild where I once escaped to.

From the onset of my career as an artist and designer, I’ve always rebelled against conventions. And I’ve always embraced the challenge of making something out of nothing.

When I took my career in product experience design as far as it can really go, I was both burnt out and bored. I took a hiatus from my corporate job and began the process of rebooting through painting—retrograding back to my roots and love for creating fine art.

I began to explore abstract mixed-media paintings that often incorporate collage and printmaking techniques. I’m currently working between two opposite approaches:

The first is frenetic, unintentional and painterly—starting without zero conscious thoughts. It all begins with a feeling. Bold mash-ups of contrasting colors, clean lines and primitive marks, sometimes made by using unconventional almost irreverent tools, like dipping a lemon in paint and rolling it across the canvas so it aimlessly leaves its own trail. Or using a mop with the opposite hand and eyes closed to create the first layer of paint. Eventually, a particular lyric will stand out from a playing—or a memory will pop into mind. Juxtaposing my personal narrative and symbols from the music or memory, the feeling eventually takes part in shaping the concept of the piece. Exploring moods that are witty, edgy, irreverent, rebellious, recklessness, honest, a little wacky — sometimes a little upbeat and other times a little bit moody.

The other is sometimes methodically planned—a designed approach that starts with a digital sketch on my iPad. I made hundreds of digital brushes from scratch that replicate my studio tools. Initially I did this so I could paint when I’m traveling. But later discovered a new style. Using color as my muse, I explore textures, patterns, and creating deeply layered compositions—everytime viewed, there is something new to discover.

The disparate elements found in my studio kit embody a collective energy and put a personal stamp on my work. I use a variety of mediums like acrylic, oil sticks, spray paint, pastels, graphite, ink, and a variety of tools to apply the mediums, like wallpaper brushes, toilet brushes, mops, sticks, strings and fruit. I incorporate printmaking and transfer techniques along with collaging both painted and found objects, such as vintage wallpaper, wrapping paper, magazines and piano paper and vintage sewing patterns.