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September 7th, 2012 - 02:01 PM
Artist Review: Sharon Lisa Clarke
Sharon Lisa Clarke who lives in England is the 1st Place Winner via FAA Member Votes of the "British Olympic Art" contest.
Her art entered is called "London Olympic 2012". The backdrop of London, the British Flag, and athlete really captured this spectacular event of the Olympics in London. Indeed a colorful picture Post Card-
image you will love and remember by.
Sharon art creations include that of photography and digital. Her images entails that of landscapes, floras, animals, insects, marine, birds, and many abstract creations.
Sharon has a wonderful and natural love of nature and life. Her work is intense and true to her heart.
When you see the work she do, you also feel the spirit of the person who created it.
She is a "force" to be reckoned with for sure! A Presence.
I see in Sharon's art a person, who really strives for the perfect image in every way because every image is first visualized and then visualized from a total different perspective in her experimentation with colors, tones, and shades. In photography, and I'm not an expert in photography, she also show a perspective from the various angles.
Some of the other images I love on Sharon's site are:
1. Tower Bridge
3. Afternoon Tea
5. Brixham Harbor
9. Blossom and Butterflies
Sharon is an artist who has reached a depth of insight to visualize and capture images in their natural state and habitat; thereby, giving support to the environment that we must all respect, preserve, and appreciate.
You can learn more about Sharon Lisa Clarke at her FAA website: http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/sharon-lisa-clarke.html
Sharon's other websites: www.shalisa.weebly.com
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