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Marriage Breakdown, CFS And Depression - But Art Has Turned My Life Around

Monday 31 October 2016

 

From UK newspaper the Bournemouth Daily Echo:

 

Sharon White
Christchurch artist Sharon White
creating the Higher Realm collection.
 

Marriage breakdown, CFS and depression - but art has turned my life around

By Emma Joseph
October 27, 2016
©Copyright 2001-2016

When Sharon White warns me I will leave her studio covered in glitter, she's not wrong.

The workshop, based upstairs at Atelier in Saxon Square, Christchurch, is an explosion of sparkly pink, purple and turquoise, with a few feathers thrown in for good measure.

Her work, most of which is produced on huge canvases, is fabulously decadent, yet beautifully pretty, with her latest creations depicting angel wings, hummingbirds and lotus flowers.

She's busy packaging up the Higher Realm collection ready for an exhibition at the renowned Al Badia Golf Club in Dubai, as well as running the Atelier exhibition space.

Mum-of-two Sharon, who spent 17 years in art education, admits she still can't quite believe her luck as, just a few years ago she was 'in a bad way' following a marriage breakdown, a bout of pleurisy and a diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome.

 

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