- Upcoming Show October 2nd!
I am so happy at last to announce my new watercolor show starting October 2nd at The Pattern Shop Studio. The show includes more than 60 paintings, most of which have never been seen and many of which I painted during the recent quarantine.
If you can come to the show, please wear a mask and maintain social distancing. I’m very excited to see real people in the gallery!
- Welcome to My Website!
I hope you all are thriving despite the pandemic. While the world has shut down, we have been busy creating this new website (sharonbondbrown.com) with the help of artist Lauren McCallin. I’m excited to share with you what I hope will be a fun and informative virtual visit. This more comprehensive website displays and offers access to, hundreds of my paintings as well as personal interviews, publications and reviews. Please take a look and give me some feedback about the site. If any of the art works interest or entice you, you can contact me on the site or by phone (303-297-9831) to arrange an appointment to see them in person. While it is a bit early to be open for large First Friday receptions, we are happy to give couples or small groups (5 at a time, masks please) a private salon. Shows at the Pattern Shop Studio are now “all Sharon Brown all the time,” rotating frequently through my 40-year career to keep each show fresh. As always, thanks to you for your support over the years. I look forward to seeing you at my new watercolor show in the fall. We’ll post the dates on this site when we know them, as they depend on what the virus is up to.
Faces, Places & Spaces
Group exhibition at the Arvada Center for Arts and Humanities in 2012 featuring paintings from Sharon’s The Creators series. Collin Parson, show curator, hung stunning work by 36 nationally respected artists on three floors. 33 of Sharon’s paintings of Denver artists were displayed on the Main Floor.
Read the review by Michael Paglia in Westword .
The Creators Billboard
In December 2010, four of Sharon Brown’s “Creators” paintings were selected for a gigantic billboard on 14th and Champa streets celebrating Colorado arts and artists. The billboard was curated by the Denver Theater District Art Salon, which also hosted a December 13th party at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, at which Sharon was the featured speaker.