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Sharon Sieben

SSiebenArt

Mesa, AZ

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When I work at my easel I realize that this act is a form of communication with others (prospective viewers) as well as a dialog with between me and my inner self. I begin a piece by knowing what the subject matter will be, and eagerly wait to see what I am going to reveal about it. Often I think I have a clear direction to take, then find myself taking twists and turns that I did not anticipate. I know a piece is done when there is nothing more to say and I am filled with a sense of discovery.

When someone views my art I don't want them to analyze the rendering of the composition. I am hopeful that they are sharing my vision, and can find their own personal connection with the piece


 

 

Best Pals by Sharon Sieben

 

Take Time by Sharon Sieben

 

Shades of Light II by Sharon Sieben

 

Shades of Light i by Sharon Sieben

 

Red Ribbon by Sharon Sieben

 

Remember When by Sharon Sieben

 

Hello Sunshine by Sharon Sieben

 

Free Spirit II by Sharon Sieben

 

Almost by Sharon Sieben

 

Still Life in Phthalo II by Sharon Sieben

 

Still Life in Phthalo by Sharon Sieben

 

Rhino Romp by Sharon Sieben

 

Another Pretty Face by Sharon Sieben

 

Pause by Sharon Sieben

 

Free Spirit by Sharon Sieben

 

Sail Away I by Sharon Sieben

 

Sail Away II by Sharon Sieben

 

Norman Rockwell Self-Portrait by Sharon Sieben

 

Flamenco Fan II by Sharon Sieben

 

Blue Poppies by Sharon Sieben

 

Flamenco VII by Sharon Sieben

 

Mariachi IV-Cinco de Mayo by Sharon Sieben

 

Flamenco VI by Sharon Sieben

 

Flamenco Dancers II by Sharon Sieben

 

Mariachi III by Sharon Sieben

 

The Jive by Sharon Sieben

 

Flappers by Sharon Sieben

 

Flamenco Dancers by Sharon Sieben

 

The Dancers by Sharon Sieben

 

Flamenco Fan by Sharon Sieben

 

Smooth Move by Sharon Sieben

 

Si Senorita by Sharon Sieben