Sharon produces highly textured paintings utilising items she has rescued from skips and derelict buildings.
Her unconventional use of media such as fragments of old wallpaper, plaster, cement render and her own hand painted wallpaper translates into a unique tactile experience. Through the many layers a story is told and memories evoked.
With a life-long obsession with exploring derelict and empty buildings, Sharon focuses on the chaos and beauty that nature creates through decay. The conflict between the past and the present held within each fragment of wallpaper.
Sharon's art is a journey into the disconcerting realms of nostalgia and memories.
Long Listed for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2021 and published in 'Future Now: 125 Contemporary Artists'
for her series 'Autonomous' (see pic). The Series will be shown on screens throughout the Aesthetica Exhibition at York Art Gallery commencing 28th May 2021.
Currently one of the Resident Artists exhibiting at Sketch (York Art Gallery)
Member of the Westside Artists, York
currently exhibiting at Blossom Street Gallery, York from 25th June to 26th September