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.
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About The Artist
Favorite subjects are Figurative Work or Cityscapes. Sometimes, my cityscapes will drill down to city scenes, incorporating figures as well. I try to capture the “hustle and bustle’’ of urban life and moods of people in gestures.
Working primarily with acrylic and oil pigments, there is also frequent use of collage materials, mediums and marking pencils/crayons to develop texture and interest areas. I paint on either Gallery Wrap Canvas or on paper that has been bonded to a wood cradle. In both cases the edges are finished and all of my paintings are coated with archival varnish, ready to hang without a frame.
It is my hope that viewers will share my vision and can find their own personal connection with the piece.
Indiana UniversityHigh School Diploma