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Sharon Eisley



I paint to try to capture a timelessness or emotion, a notion of the other, and of our human and animal nature’s. My animal-headed people and obscured faces are then vehicles to carry that idea. Traditionally our cultures painted zoomorphic images to represent spirituality, aspects of God, a timeless force. These chimeras capture the awe of the viewer with their strangeness. In the same way, my landscapes act as symbolic reflections of that journey. I hope my paintings tap into this Mystic as modern-day totems residing in their everyday existence, just as we are individual spiritual people living odd and normal everyday lives.


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