Sharon is one of 101 SUPER HOT ARTISTS FOR 2015 on the Art Book Guy website! You can now read the full interview with Michael Corbin, contemporary art book writer, producer and publisher at artbookguy.com.
SHARON BARTEL CLEMENTS:
EVOLUTION AND TRANSFORMATION
Sharon is an artist who is based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I met her online through curator and art promoter Robert Curcio. Sharon’s paintings and sculptural works http://bartelclements.com/ have a very organic and transformative quality. What else would you expect from an artist based in Santa Fe? Here’s our chat …
“… Art and the expression of oneself have been around a long time. I think it's man's and women's innate desire to make their mark. By that, I mean marks on walls, paper, canvas, etc. It's been part of our evolution as humans ...”
MICHAEL: Hello Sharon, Your work is quite intriguing. I want to chat about your paintings, but first, let's talk about your sculptural works. What inspired "The Torso Project"? They look like molds of actual female torsos.
SHARON: Hello Michael, First of all, I want to thank you for this opportunity to express myself about my work. To answer your question, first, let me say I work subjectively and conceptually in my work.
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