Sharmon’s work involves themes that underscore the interconnectedness of nature and the sacredness of the earth. As she describes, “The images are formed from the vocabulary of symbols that I’ve developed as I sought to express the theme that lies at the foundation of it all: a deep belief in the unity and connectedness of everything in the universe. Related to this is my conviction that every part of the earth is sacred, including the myriad beings who ride it through space. At the most basic level, we are made of the same stuff as the stars, the trees, the air, the ocean. Having come from the same source, we are all connected in the most intricate ways, both visible and invisible. This belief is expressed by the transposition of objects, the overlapping of transparent images, and by forms that seem to become something else. I’m constantly searching for more effective methods of revealing this mystery.” You can learn more about Sharmon in her bio on our archive contributors page.
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