Sharon Clabo's work is both subtle and bold; restrained and assertive. It is influenced by a keen interest in the sciences, in recorded and unrecorded history, by world cultures, and by a sneaking suspicion that far far more is unknown than known. Playfulness, risk-taking, and the high adventure inherent in all creativity are vital components of her work.
A video of a recent gallery show with Georgia potter Jim Sandefur can be seen here:
Sharon sells her work through Saatchi gallery and other online galleries, and through her website: sharonclabo.com
In April two of Sharon's paintings were displayed in a decorator's showcase home in a fund raiser for Historic Macon.