ON VIEW NOW: HAIR MATTERS BY SHARON NORWOOD
Emerging artist Sharon Norwood presents her stunning work dealing with the politics of hair, identity, race, and beauty. Also on view will be a site-specific installation in collaboration with artist Gabriel Ramos.
Sharon Norwood is an artist of Jamaican ancestry who’s work spans several media including painting and ceramic. Norwood attended the University Of South Florida where she obtained a BFA in painting. She has exhibited internationally, in Canada, South Korea, the United States and Jamaica. Noted achievements include artist presentation at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg Florida, participation in the National Gallery of Jamaica’s 2012 Biennial, invitation to NCECA’s 2016 juried Student competition, emerging artist recognition at the 2016 Raymond James Gasparilla Festival of the arts, participation at Prizm Art Fair during Art Basel Miami, 2016 Atlanta Biennial (ATLBNL), Creative Loafing Tampa Bay’s Best of The Bay Emerging Artist recognition. Sharon is currently a 2018 MFA candidate at Florida State University.
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