Sharon’s paintings will again be showing alongside highly established abstract artists such as Jeff Dellow , Clyde Hopkins and Tricia Gillman - painters who among them have shown at the Royal Academy, Serpentine Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery, Hayward Gallery, Ikon Gallery and John Moores Liverpool. The painting exhibition Colour & Otherness will be showing at the Chez Grace Teshima Gallery, Montmartre, Paris for six weeks from October. The show, curated by John Crossley, is a new version of the exhibition Drawing to Making which was shown earlier in London this year.
John Crossley: Colour & Otherness brings together an exciting range of artists whose main focus is the use of colour in relation to their various concerns. Be it in a painterly mode, or mixed media utilising found objects and printed weaved paper. These compelling works will strike an intriguing conversation between themselves and with the onlookers.
Grace Teshima: Art is all about opening and energy. It is a pleasure and an honor to open my home gallery to the artists who John is bringing to Paris. Raising the energy level exponentially is something I look forward to tremendously.
A response to Portland by U E L students and alumni
UEL Docklands Campus, University Way, E16 RD Private View: 8 Oct 5-8:30pm (DLR Cypress Station)
Sharon recently travelled to Portland, Dorset with fine art degree students and graduates from University of East London and Quarry is an exhibition is a response to the Portland environment. Sharon will be showing a series of small paintings inspired by the location.