“The Oils of Summer” Opens on August 6th at The Pattern Shop Studio.
My new exhibit at The Pattern Shop Studio celebrates the long awaited arrival of summer with a large diptych called “Summer” (of course) and 25 oil paintings related to the season. In addition, many of the watercolors in my previous exhibit, “Then,” will be on display upstairs. The gallery is open from 6pm to 9pm on Friday, August 6th, and by appointment (303-297-9831) any time that is convenient for you. Because of the new CDC guidelines, vaccinated visitors need not necessarily wear masks unless they want to, but unvaccinated visitors must Mask Up. Thank you for coming to my website and I hope to see you in person soon.
- “The Oils of Summer” Opens on August 6th, 2021
My new exhibit celebrates the long awaited arrival of summer with a large diptych called “Summer” and 25 other oil paintings related the season. The show opens at The Pattern Shop Studio on Friday, August 6th, from 6pm to 9pm and will run through the fall. Also on view are watercolors from my last show, “Then,” which will be hanging upstairs. If you can’t make it, please give me a call at 303-297-9831 and we’ll set up a gallery visit at your convenience. Because of new CDC guidelines, vaccinated visitors need not wear masks unless they want to, but unvaccinated visitors must Mask Up. See you soon, I hope!
My watercolor show was originally supposed to be opened in 2020….but we all know what happened to 2020! In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Pattern Shop Studio, we are reopening the show with some new content as:
THEN: Watercolors by Sharon Brown
Join us on Friday, June 4th, 2021, 6-9pm
3349 Blake Street, Denver, Colorado 80205
Four blocks from 38th/Blake St. Light Rail Station
If you are not vaccinated, please mask up
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.