Sharon K. Hodges is a Dallas artist whose work is known for its bold color and expressive brushwork. She attacks the surface with brushes, spatulas, sticks and other tools to make texture on the canvas. Subjects include architectural cacti, canyon geology landscape, and crisp still life.
“I can find beauty in the structure of a dead cactus or a playful dog…All are waiting to be painted if I just look and let the paint fly.”
Sharon is represented by the Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas (www.dutchartgallery.net) and recently won 1st prize in the Gallery’s 2015 Miniatures Show, “It’s A Small World” with a 10×10 painting of a fat, juicy hamburger, “Mmmmm Good”. (This is interesting, only because she usually paints large, and she doesn’t eat hamburgers!)