Sharon Dvora

Artist Statement
I believe that creativity is inherently accessible to each of us, and that it is a doorway through which we can express ourselves, engage with a world of color, materials and ideas, and through which we can explore our inner landscape of imagination and insight.

I am a facilitator of process painting, working with tempera/gouache paint on large-scale art paper in a welcoming studio environment, one that is free of judgment and critique. Process painting invites artists and non-artists alike, to step towards the blank canvas and discover the richness that emerges from within. Imagination, intuition and creativity flow as we follow the energy of the creative process.

My intent is that Studio 10B at FVAC will become a place where many hands and minds come together to co-create, collaborate and engage in the creative process.

I have 20 years of experience as an art educator, sharing my passion for creativity, art and design with students of all ages in a variety of settings: K-12 public schools, teacher education, early childhood learning and museum education. I earned an MFA from Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) in Collaborative Design, exploring design methods and multi-disciplinary approaches to engaging community stakeholders and generating creative solutions for social and environmental needs.

Studio 10B

Mixed Media Art

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