For more than twenty years, Sharon Anderson’s paintings and collages have been exhibited throughout the world. Her art can be found both in private and permanent museum collections. Born in Michigan and currently residing in southern California, Sharon is also a published writer covering topics relating to the art world, music, books and current events. Sharon’s writings and interviews are regularly featured in the Northside San Francisco magazine.
As an artist, Sharon steers clear of subjectivity and instead explores random juxtapositions with surprising results that create their own meaning. Her work is influenced by Dada, Surrealist and Pop art. In keeping with her influences, Sharon is an active participant in the worlds of art, literature, music and theatre. She is an award-winning stage designer, and has recently branched out into filmmaking.
Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in April 2014 Through May 11, 2014, the de Young presents an exhibition of Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings created at Lake George in upstate New York. These landscapes and botanical studies were created between 1918 and the early 1930’s during O’Keeffe’s annual summer trips to Alfred Stieglitz’s family […]
Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in March 2014 The largest exhibition of Mike Kelley’s work will take up the entire space that is the Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, from March 31 to July 28, 2014. Kelley’s body of work isn’t easily categorized — he was […]
Originally published in the Marina Times San Francisco in February 2014 “Plymell has as much to say about death as Hemingway did and a lot more to say about it in terms of the present generation stillborn into a world that can offer nothing.” -William S. Burroughs “I was born in April 1935, during the […]