Sharon Field – Botanical Artist

BA, DipEd, MEd, DipSBA (Dist.)

“When I attempt to interact with a single flower or leaf or piece of bark, I find myself on a voyage of discovery. I love the potential drama that hides in something that many people describe as “pretty” or “dead” or that they even overlook completely.”

Latest Exhibitions

  • Dead Leaf Dreaming: Echoes
    Suki and Hugh Gallery
    23 March to 7 May, 2017
  • A Mirror On Memory
    The Q Gallery
    1 October to 14 October, 2013

Latest Blog Posts

  • What is creativity in botanical art?
  • What does beauty in botanical art mean? (Part III)
  • What does beauty in botanical art mean? (Part II)
  • What does beauty in botanical art mean? (Part I)
  • And how should I begin?

Reviews

  • Sharon Field, Botany and Art: An Essay by Roy Forward
  • A Mirror On Memory – Review by Lindy Ross

Press

  • Meet the award-winning botanical artist who captains her local bushfire brigadeLouise Maher – ABC News 27/3/2017
  • Art review: Sharon Field’s Some Things Only Become Clear Much Later… at FormPeter Haynes – Canberra Times 25/8/2016
  • Environmental partnership celebrated in botanical artGreening Australia 6/2/2015