If Queensland artist Sharon Stone was fired by ambition when she started painting three years ago, it was to explore her own psyche through the ambiguities of abstract art. She had no idea that her vibrant landscapes would soon be exhibited, let alone sell.
But sell they do. At her first solo exhibition in December 2003, Sharon's paintings practically walked out the door. She sold 40 in less than two months, and has been striving to meet demand ever since.
Created from beeswax, rice paper, metalic leaf, acrylics, watercolour and resin, Sharon Stone's abstracts are extraordinary.
But then, so is she.