Making Waves: Light, Water and Color
April 3, 2017 - June 2, 2017
Central Library | 1st Floor Art Gallery
500 McKinney St., 77002 | 832-393-1313
This new exhibition by artist Sharon Worley explores the beauty of nature by studying creation as an act of physics and geological creation.
Paintings stretch the imagination with literal waves of light and color which pulse through the atmosphere. Unity is demonstrated in the composition and measure of the elements and matter in this new series of seascapes, featuring a strong environmental focus. In Making Waves, natural phenomena are expressed in simplistic child-like terms which teach an appreciation for art, science and nature.
Sharon Worley received her Ph.D. in Humanities from the University of Texas at Dallas, and her MA in Art History from Tufts University. She is the former curator of the Cape Ann Historical Museum in Gloucester, MA. (1993-2000) and the author of numerous publications on art history, literature and culture. She teaches Art History and Humanities in Houston, Texas and exhibits locally and nationally, including the Lonestar Art Guild, Lake Houston Area Artists, Galveston Art League and the Museum of the Americas in shows in Houston and Miami.
For more information about Sharon's works, please visit her personal website or view her artist profile on fineartamerica.com.