Sharon Sieben
Mesa, Arizona

Sharon Sieben prefers working in a “loose, fluid technique” and finds inspiration in the most unexpected things. Her parents bought her a set of oil paints when she was ten years old and it sparked her love of art. She especially admires the work of Impressionist artists such as Paul Cezanne because of how they broke tradition. When she’s not making art, she enjoys reading and playing classical guitar and piano. She currently lives in Arizona. Fun fact: she has a parrot that totally rules the house and is more spoiled than any of her children.

Artist and Customer Comments

Sharon Sieben 10/24/2014 | 7:15 PM

Thanks Karen. It felt good painting it. Glad you felt the same!

krnhersh 10/24/2014 | 6:27 PM

just wanted to tell you I love this painting- I see so much in it---it caught my eye--and it made me feel good- thank you for sharing your talent- Karen

j smithwick 9/2/2014 | 5:02 PM

I actually purchased Flappers II, not Marilyn as pictured below. Thank you. Love it but need to know how to best preserve it.

j smithwick 9/2/2014 | 5:00 PM

Dear Sharon: I purchased Flappers ll from you and absolutely love it! I brought it in for framing with glass to cover it, but now I am worried that the glass will damage the artwork. The picture is behind a custom mat but worried the painting will stick to the glass or will not have enough "breathing room." Please advise on how I should best protect this awesome piece of art.

Sharon Sieben 7/18/2014 | 4:31 PM

Thanks Shawn, appreciate the compliments!

Shawn 7/18/2014 | 3:48 PM

Sharon, I just wanted to chime in and compliment you on your really cool paintings. I'm a beginner myself and really like your style and work! Take Care, Shawn from Minnesota

Sharon Sieben 5/13/2014 | 7:13 PM

Thank you for the kind comments. I don't currently have any finished nudes available (other that what is already on the Ugallery site). I do have one in process 24" x 24" and a primed canvas 30" x 30" which can become a work done in similar style and pose. Would love to contribute to you bedroom decor. Please let me know how I can help.

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K Bradley 5/13/2014 | 1:32 PM

I absolutely love Viewpoint. It would be perfect for our newly decorated bedroom. Do you have anything similar but twice the size? It's beautiful!

Sharon Sieben 1/27/2013 | 12:38 PM

Thanks Janet for the kind words and adding the Poppy to your Pinterest Board.

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Jwoodrome 1/27/2013 | 11:20 AM

Love your work. Am borrowing your "Golden Poppy" for display on my Pinterest art board, Lovely Colors... Thanks so much! Janet

Sharon Sieben 3/1/2012 | 2:49 PM

This week launches the first piece in my new "Summer Garden" series; consisting of flower compositions in oil on 36" x 18" stretched canvas. "Poppy Fields" will soon be followed by "Blue Poppies" and after that.....?

Sharon Sieben 6/26/2011 | 10:52 AM

Hello Everybody, I am new to Ugallery, at least as a contributing artist. For some time, I have been impressed by the work in this collection from such fine artists and am delighted to have the opportunity to join them. Please contact me if you have any questions about my art or if you just want to say "Hi".

Yellow Three

Acrylic painting on wood
Signed on front

9" h x 12" w x 1.5" d
3 lbs. 0 oz.


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