The Map


Poetry and literature are the motivation behind Sharon's provocative red-and-gold series, Sins of Will.

Inspired by the works of Dante and Dylan ("Bob, not Thomas"), these paintings represent the lack of form inherent in sin, and the interaction between good and evil. It's a concept that intrigues her - sometimes to her emotional detriment.

So, like Dylan ("He's timeless - even my young daughters love him"), Sharon also creates relatively benign works as a panacea to unrest – serene blue paintings, tranquil and otherworldly, "like floating soundlessly under the sea."

Distant Deeps

the door

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