Entries by sharonbondbrown.com (33)


PSS Named one of the Top Galleries In Denver!


Art Opening, 2009, Oil on Canvas, 30.5 x 42.75 inchesIf you missed it, I am so pleased to announce that the Pattern Shop Studio has been included in the Denver Post feature by Ray Rinaldi listing the top commercial art galleries in Denver entitled Best In Show.  It is truly an honor to be included with the other amazing galleries on the list. 

The Pattern Shop Studio has been such a wonderful home and studio and gallery for so long and the chance to share it with Denver's art loving population over the years has enriched our lives.



From the Vault, an Exhibition of Sharon's Work, Closing Reception, Friday 7 February

Doorway, 1993, oil on canvas, 26.5 x 21.5 inchesThe current exhibition at the Pattern Shop Studio, opening Friday January 2nd, will feature an eclectic mix of rarely seen pieces from my inventory. 

Come out for First Friday at the RiNo Arts District and be sure to stop by PSS.

For more information, check out our event page on Facebook.



IceBreaker 5 at Ice Cube Gallery

One of Sharon's pieces will be featured in an upcoming juried exhibition at the Ice Cube Gallery, 3320 Walnut Street, Denver 80205.

For more information check out the show page at:



Photos of Sharon's current exhibition, taken by Michael Ensminger

If you are looking for fun and great art over the holidays, Sharon's exhibit, Virginia: A Life will be up at the Lakewood Heritage Center until January 15th.  Click on the link below to get an idea of the amazing show that the people at the Center put together.

Link to Album on Facebook


Virginia: A Life makes the cover of Bravo Lakewood Magazine

Offseason, Virginia at Jones Beach, 2011, Oil on Canvas, 36 x 24 in

Sharon's current exhibition, Virginia: A Life, at the Lakewood Heritage Center has gotten a great writeup in the current edition of the Bravo Lakewood Magazine, including the cover image.

To see the article on line click here.

The show itself goes beyond just showing Sharon's paintings.   Many of Virginia's letters, correspondance between her and her beau when she was working in Manhattan in the 1940's help to bring that era to life along with pieces of memorabilia from the museum's collection.  If you are interested in history at all, this is well worth the visit.