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Thursday, March 29th, 2012

Clark’s Treasured Art on Display at Coastal Branch Library in April

Sharon Clark has been creating works that become family treasures and heirlooms for 12 years. She has a passion for producing portraits that intimately capture both the soul and the thoughts of the subject in charcoal and pastels.

Additionally, Clark creates landscapes of locations that instantly immerse and transport the viewer into the atmosphere and remembrance of a place. Clark works primarily in charcoal, pastel and oil. Her “Faces and Places” exhibit can be enjoyed in April at Santa Rosa Beach’s Coastal Branch Library.

Clark’s artwork has been exhibited in and held in private collections across the United States and in Europe.

The artist was born in Maryland and had a career working for entrepreneur companies specializing in the healthcare and bioengineering fields until 1988, when she moved to Atlanta. Clark decided to go back to school to pursue and earn a graphic design degree at the Art Institute of Atlanta in 1999.

Art has been a passion for most of Clark’s life, and the last decade-plus has allowed her to feed that passion once again. She now divides her time between her homes in Florida and Georgia. Clark’s work is online at www.artbysclark.com. You can also view additional examples of her commissioned work at the ArtbySClark Facebook page.