Sharon`s collection of independent (non-exhibition) pieces spans a wide range of subjects and is drawn from many sources of inspiration. A selection of these pieces are available to view here and Sharon will be adding more and more pieces as they take shape in her studio.
If you'd like to arrange a private commission by Sharon, please do not hesitate to contact her. She is always excited to work on new projects!View Independent Pieces
Sharon`s third major solo public exhibition - An orange on her pillow - aimed to honour and celebrate the stories of those gone before. To recognise the beauty of the human spirit and acknowledge the courage of those who were betrayed and abandoned but yet prevailed. The exhibition was on show in Art at Straffan, Straffan Antiques and Design, Straffan, Co. Kildare from Tuesday 30th May - Saturday 18th June 2017.Find out more
In 2016 Sharon participated in a group exhibition to coincide with the centenary of the proclamation of the Irish Republic in 1916. The exhibition was organised by Sharon's friend, the late artist Eoghan O'Neill and was held in honour of the renowned Irish republican leader James Connolly.Find out more
In 2010 Sharon launched her second major solo exhibition, entitled Quidara, Autumn's Lonely Rose. The collection of six mixed media works explored the story of a derelict house. A landmark in her hometown of Blessington, Co. Wicklow, the building was once a fine home. Now, despite the fact that the house was demolished for development, it carries on echoing its history through Sharon's artwork.Find out more
Sharon has also exhibited in many group shows in Iniscara Gallery, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin; The Eigse festival, Co. Carlow; and on many occasions with Tallaght Community Arts and RUA RED arts centre, Dublin.
Her work is in many private collections both nationally and internationally, and is exhibited throughout the year in Cruthu gallery, Russborough House, Co. Wicklow.
She also has a permanent collection in The Citywest Hotel, Saggart, Co. Dublin. If you'd like to find out more about Sharon's work, please do not hesitate to contact her with any questions you might have. She'd be delighted to hear from you.