Sharon Sieben

             
   
 

Sharon Sieben

Life began in Indiana for Sharon Sieben; however, most of her adult life was spent in beautiful Wisconsin. A few years ago, Sharon moved to Arizona where she was delighted with “The West” as a background for her brush and palette. She began painting four years ago. In her previous career, she traveled frequently and saw many places and people she thought would be interesting subjects to capture on canvas when time allowed.

Well, that day finally arrived a few years back and Sharon became obsessed with creating and experimenting in art. The results of her commitment to art are evident in her striking and colorful “Day of the Dead” paintings, depicting our departed ones enjoying dancing and making music. Another of Sharon’s pieces, created in oil, is entitled “End of the Rope” where the female figure is seemingly dangling on a rope between heaven and hell.

To quote Sharon in her Artist Statement: “I hope to impart a secret that is hidden in plain sight; to discover something new that has always been there, these revelations are what I try to capture in my sketches and paintings, and hope that others will see them; but what is even better, is when the viewer finds something in my work that I did not realize was there, another hidden secret!”

Sharon Sieben is a member of the Board of Directors for MACFest, a weekly artwalk in down town MESA. She has exhibited her art in many venues throughout Arizona, including the Boyce Thompson Arboretum.

The Feminine Mystique Art Gallery in Tubac, Arizona is proud to represent and sell this talented artist’s creations.

   

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