Piece description from the artist
Original mixed media on paper that has been bonded to a 1.5 inch deep wooden cradle with sides painted black. Media consists of acrylic paint and mediums, Oil glazes and texture followed with an archival varnish. Ready to hang. No frame needed.
Indiana born artist, Sharon Sieben, currently resides in Mesa Arizona. When she works at her easel she realizes that this act is a form of communication with others (prospective viewers) as well as a dialog with between herself and her inner self. She begins a piece by knowing what the subject matter will be, and eagerly waits to see what she is going to reveal about it. Often she thinks she will have a clear direction to take, then finds herself making twists and turns that she did not anticipate. She knows a piece is done when there is nothing more to say and she is filled with a sense of discovery.
Sharon is a very passionate prolific painter. She has always traveled extensively and feels this world view influences her art perspective and provokes much of her inspiration.
Sharon states that she prefers working with oils, and often incorporates other materials and mediums, such as gouache and acrylics , for special textures and interest.
She creates “larger than life” impressionist food and floral compositions in bold, splashy colors; but figurative subjects are her preference and contemporary nude paintings make up a large portion of her body of work
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