Sharon Field
  • Sharon Field, Botany and Art: An Essay by Roy Forward


    Art is getting to you when it roots you to the spot. I never managed to complete the circuit of the thirty-eight works in Sharon Field’s first solo exhibition in October 2013, they delivered such a powerful aesthetic shock. From a distance they looked harmless enough – the usual array of plant-life specimens in pencil […]

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  • A Mirror On Memory – Review by Lindy Ross


    A withered leaf crackling with brittle fragility, a pine cone collapsing into aged and battered kernels, a faded hibiscus bloom – these are some of the subjects artist Sharon Field presents in her solo show ‘A Mirror on Memory’. She has specifically chosen these and other specimens of plant and flower life to demonstrate that […]

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