Hypericum Gold

Hypericum Gold (2019) documents the deconstruction of the shrub, otherwise known as St John's wort 'Gold Cup', when removed from the artist's garden. Hypericum Gold (2019) displayed at Art Central,…

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Caught in a Rainstorm

A multi-layered cyanotype print on paper, Caught in a Rainstorm, represents a walk around a tree in Porthkerry Park, Barry. While walking in the park during a heavy rainstorm the…

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Somewhereness

A six-piece series of cyanotype prints exploring the artist's response to urban walking. Somewhereness explores space, silence, stillness and otherworldliness of familiar places. Each image references a specific location along a walk…

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Bench Views – Cyanotype

Sharon has been using the cyanotype process since 2017 to explore image making and alternative printing processes. Bench Views projects explore the bench as object and the space in which…

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Bench Views – Screen Prints

Sharon’s starting point often comes from walking alone and photographing the benches discovered along the way. She is interested in simplifying the image, reducing the initial photograph to its simplest…

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Sites of Existence

Sites of Existence (2019) was produced for the group exhibition 'Interior Monologues', Oriel y Bont, Treforest, University of South Wales, 11 Feb to 21 Mar 2019. 'Interior Monologues’ was an…

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Rhondda Voices

Rhondda Voices is a participatory installation that seeks to challenge the subjective and objective viewpoint by merging conversational contributions with photographic views of the Rhondda valley. https://youtu.be/y87KnXK1p3A Rhondda Voices (2016)Photo print…

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