Entries by sharon

Solo show at Waterworks Art Center

Sharon Dowell: Against The Tide In conjunction with solo shows by Isaac Payne, Patricia Raible and Mark Gordon Opening: Friday February 22, 6-8 pm Exhibition: Feb 16 – May 11 Waterworks Art Center 123 East Liberty Street Salisbury, North Carolina, 28144 http://www.waterworks.org/  

CATS Transit BLE Exhibition

Wed, January 16, 2013, 5:30-7:30 pm Storrs Gallery, UNC Charlotte Exhibition of designs for the future Lynx Blue Line Extension light rail stations (9th Street to UNC Charlotte) by 16 commissioned artists. Exhibition will travel to The McColl Center for Visual Art’s Innovation Institute, stay tuned for the opening reception date! Charlotte Observer article on the […]

Studio Party III

Studio mates Sharon Dowell, Amy Bagwell, Graham Carew, Rae LeGrone and Taryn Rubin Several of my works will be on sale! Thursday, December 13th, 7-10 pm Dialect Design 3204 C N Davidson St., in the heart of NoDa located on 2nd floor, stairway entrance between Custom Shop and Rubie’s Gifts Join us for a glass […]

DNC Mayor’s Legacy Village Art Project

Photo courtesy Robert Boyd I was chosen along with a handful of other artists to create an interactive public art project for the Mayor’s Legacy Village during the DNC in Charlotte.  Here I am adding red dot stickers, stars, and art tape to a plexiglass layer over top of a painted canvas.  The imagery represents […]

Yard Art Day!

Thrilled that Yard Art Day is getting lots of exposure (Charlotte Observer, ASC Culture Guide, Creative Loafing, etc) and interest! It’s been great working with Deborah Triplett to help make her idea come to fruition. On Labor Day (Sept 3rd), I encourage you to drive around and enjoy all of the art!  For details, go […]

Labor Day DNC Carolinas Fest!

Excited to be chosen along with 5 other artists to be a participant in the Carolinas Fest’s Legacy Village, inviting the public to add to my painting.  The project is based on this digital proposal I concocted of Charlotte skyscrapers, elements of nature, and a woman.  The imagery looks to the future and represents the […]