• 1/2017 Negentropy Exhibition

    1/2017 Negentropy Exhibition
  • 1/2017 Solo Exhibition: According to the Sky

    Exhibition runs from Jan. 13th-Feb.19th 2017 at Art and History Museums.
    The opening is Jan. 13th from 6:30-9pm and is part of Culture Pop: Meditations, Mapping, and Memories, which includes an artist panel discussion at 6pm.

  • 12/2016 INFOCUS Photobooks Exhibition

    12/2016 INFOCUS Photobooks Exhibition

    The second triennial INFOCUS Juried Exhibition of Self-Published Photobooks opens on December 2, 2016 in the Norton Photography Gallery of Phoenix Art Museum and will run through April 9, 2017. The Opening Reception and Gallery Talk with curator Becky Senf will take place on Wednesday, December 7th @ 7pm.

  • 11/2016 Photography Book Exhibition

    The 7th Annual PHOTOBOOK Show will run from Nov. 5, 2016 – Jan. 8, 2017 at Davis Orton Gallery. The reception is on Saturday, November 19, 2016 from 5-7 pm. The catalog and ordering gallery can be viewed here.

  • 11/2016 transphysics: istwa, landscapes, paisajes Exhibition

    transphysics: istwa, landscapes, paisajes, curated by William Cordova can be viewed from Nov. 5, 2016 – Jan. 8, 2017 at Art and Culture Center/Hollywood. The opening reception is on Friday, Nov. 4, 2016 from 6-9pm.

  • 11/2016 4th Annual Artists’ Books Exhibition

    WoCA Projects 4th Annual Artists’ Books exhibition runs from November 4th – 26th. Opening is November 4, 2016 from 6- 9pm

  • 10/2016 Berlin Foto Biennale Exhibition

    Berlin Foto Biennale Exhibition of Fine Art & Documentary Photography is part of European Month of Photography Berlin and runs from October 6-30th in Palazzo Italia.

  • 8/2016 The Seven Seas Exhibition

    According to the Sky is featured in The Seven Seas exhibition on Don't Take Pictures through November.

  • 7/2016 Meld Exhibition

    MELD, a curated exhibition of collaborations runs from July 15th-August 5th at SPECTRE Arts in Durham, NC. The opening is on July 15th from 6-9pm.

  • 7/2016 RLV Artist Residency

    Artist-In-Residence at Rancho Linda Vista in Oracle, AZ. Open studio on July 17th from 5-7pm.

  • 5/2016 Transitional Landscapes Exhibition

    Transitional Landscapes juried by Natasha Egan, executive director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago (MoCP) runs from May 6th-June 10th at The Center for Fine Art Photography. The opening is on Friday May 6th from 6-9pm.

  • 5/2016 Denbo Fellowship

    Artist-In-Residence/Denbo Fellow at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center in Silver Spring, MD.

  • 4/2016 Photo of the Day

    4/2016 Photo of the Day

    A photograph from Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals, Kaola, Resident of United Poultry Concerns is the "Photo Of The Day" on Don't Take Pictures.

  • 2/2016 Light Leaked Interview

    Interview on Light Leaked, an online photography journal that creates dialogue about photographic creation, both conceptually and in business, through features and interviews.

  • 2/2016 Sanctuary Featured on Muybridge's Horse

    Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals is featured on Muybridge’s Horse, a blog and archive that shows work by artists exploring the ways in which humans interact with and experience animals and nature.

  • 2/2016 According to the Sky on Lenscratch

    2/2016 According to the Sky on Lenscratch

    According to the Sky is a featured project on Lenscratch during Art+ Science week.

  • 2/2016 Solo Exhibition: According to the Sky

    2/2016 Solo Exhibition: According to the Sky

    Exhibition runs from Feb. 15th-March 9th 2016 in the Texas Woman's University East/West Galleries in the Department of Visual Arts. The opening reception is on Feb. 16th from 5:30-8pm.

  • 12/2015 Magdalena Exhibition

    Work featured in the Magdalena exhibition juried by Aline Smithson. The exhibition runs from December 04 2015 - January 04 2016 at International House in collaboration with PhotoNOLA. The opening reception is on Friday December 11th from 8-11pm.

  • 12/2015 Spectrum/Miami Basel

    Work featured in the Miami Photo booth S1002 @ Spectrum Miami during Art Basel from December 2nd-6th.

  • 11/2015 Picture Black Friday Revisted

    11/2015 Picture Black Friday Revisted
  • 11/2015 Biennial Art Faculty Exhibition

    The opening for the 2015 Faculty Art Exhibition at Florida Atlantic University will be held on Thursday, November 12, 6:30 - 8:30 pm in the Schmidt Center Gallery. The exhibition will be up through January 23, 2016. A limited edition collaborative zine with Izel Vargas will be given away at the opening.

  • 10/2015 New Collaborative Project

    10/2015 New Collaborative Project
  • 10/2015 Beyond Cameras Exhibition

    10/2015 Beyond Cameras Exhibition

    Click! Triangle Photography Festival exhibition, "Beyond CAMERAS" features UNC/Duke MFA alumni photographers. Co-curated by UNC professor elin o’Hara slavick and writer and independent curator Chris Vitiello. Exhibition dates October 4-26.

  • 7/2015 Artist Residency

  • 6/2015 Professional Photographers of the Year Award

    One of three photographers (Sharon Lee Hart, Fabrizio IntontI, Yusuke Susuki) selected by juror Chema Madoz as the international professional photographers of the year via the Pollux Award. The award winning images will be exhibited in the 4th Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography during the Spring of 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

  • 5/2015 International Photography Competition and Exhibition

    Awarded best in competition in the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts International Photography Competition and Exhibition. The show is on view from June 5th through July 31st and the opening reception is June 5th from 6:00-8:00pm.

  • 5/2015 2015 Crusade Engagement Grant Finalist

    The Crusade Engagement Grant awards $10,000 annually to the applicant with the best idea for building an audience for fine art photography.

  • 3/2015 New Faculty Exhibition

    FAU’s University Galleries presents the “New Faculty Exhibition,” featuring the work of seven new faculty. The opening reception is on Thursday March 12th from 6:30 to 9 p.m in the Schmidt Gallery and the exhibition can be viewed through May 9th.

  • 3/2015 Photograph featued on YourDailyPhotograph.com

    According to the Night Sky was selected by Duncan Miller Gallery to be a featured photograph on Your Daily Photograph. This special edition of eight is signed.

  • 2/2015 Sanctuary on Feature Shoot

    Article about Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals on Feature Shoot.

  • 2/2015 Upcoming Exhibition Opening

    Opening reception in the Texas Woman’s University East / West Galleries for the Joyce Elaine Grant Photography Exhibition will be on Tuesday, February 17, 2015, from 5:30 – 8:00 PM. Juror April Watson will be presenting a guest lecture from 4:00 – 5:00 PM.

  • 1/2015 New Mixed Media Work

    Four new mixed media works have been added to the Mixed Media Series: Reveal project folder.

  • 1/2015 Florida Contemporary Exhibition

    The Florida Contemporary exhibition at The Baker Museum in Naples runs from January 31 — April 26 2015.

  • 12/2014 Joyce Elaine Grant Exhibition and Award

    A photograph from According to the Sky was selected for the Joyce Elaine Grant Exhibition and the project was chosen for the 2016 Solo Show Award by juror April M. Watson, Curator of Photography at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

  • 9/2014 Critical Mass Finalist

  • 9/2014: Exhibition “How to Disappear”

    Winona State University will host the art exhibition “How to Disappear” from Sept. 15th to Oct. 3rd in the Watkins and Weber galleries. A curator’s talk with faculty host Roger Boulay is scheduled at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24th, in the Watkins gallery, and will be followed by a reception at 5 p.m.

  • 8/2014 San Francisco International Photography Exhibition

    An exhibition of the gold medal award winners from the 2014 San Francisco International Photography Competition juried by Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director and Curator, Griffin Museum of Photography. The opening reception takes place on August 9th from 6-9 pm at Studio 17 Gallery.

  • 8/2014 Boca Museum of Art Exhibition

    63rd Annual All Florida Juried Competition and Exhibition runs from August 10 - October 18, 2014 at the Boca Museum of Art. Exhibition opening reception takes place on August 9th from 5-8pm.

  • 8/2014 29th Tallahassee International

    The Tallahassee International is an annual juried competition organized by Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts. Reception takes place on August 29th from 5-8pm.

  • 6/2014 San Francisco International Photography Awards

    The 2014 San Francisco International Photography Competition award winners, chosen by Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director and Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography are now online. An exhibition of the gold award winners will take place in August.

  • 4/2014 Sanctury on Slate

    Sanctuary is featured on the Slate photography blog, 'Behold'. The article is titled, "Touching, Beautiful Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals" and is written by Jordan G. Teicher.

  • 4/2014 Of Memory, Bone and Myth

    National Juried Photography Show: OF MEMORY, BONE, AND MYTH, juried by Maggie Taylor will be on view at the Rourke Art Museum from April 11 - June 1st. The opening reception is on Friday April 11th from 5:30-7pm.

  • 4/2014 Juried Photography 2014

    Mills Pond House Gallery presents Juried Photography 2014. Juror Jennifer Schlesinger Hanson's theme was Medium and how various mediums of photography are used to enhance an artist's statement or intention in their work. Exhibition runs April 5th-May 4th.

  • 3/2014 Sanctuary Exhibiton at South Texas College

    A solo exhibition of Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals will be on view in the STC Art Gallery from March 6- April 10th. Information on artist talks and reception can be viewed here.

  • 3/2014 Sky: A National Juried Exhibition

    From ancient mythology to surreal skyscapes, artists and philosophers have long meditated on the theme of sky. This exhibition shows how artists explore the sky- both atmospheric and conceptual- in a diverse reach of media. Sky was juried by DeWitt Cheng, a San Francisco-based writer and critic, and Elizabeth Ferrer, Director of Contemporary Art, BRIC, Brooklyn, NY. The exhibition will be up in the Bedford Gallery from March 9 through May 25, 2014.

  • 1/2014 Sanctuary:Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals Exhibition

    A new solo exhibition of "Sanctuary" is up on the Forward Thinking Museum site. FTM is a virtual space for contemporary photography that addresses complex social, technological and environmental issues.

  • 1/2014 Uncooped Exhibition

    The National Museum of Animals & Society (NMAS) is proud to exhibit the physical manifestation of its landmark online exhibit Uncooped. The exhibit explores our common perceptions of chickens and contrasts these stereotypes with studies of chickens’ complex behavior, cognition, and emotions, as well as the realities of life for the 40 billion chickens found on farmsteads. The exhibit also illuminates the ongoing legacy of advocates working on behalf of chickens.UnCooped celebrates this underappreciated species through the works of artists including Yvette Watt, Sharon Lee Hart, Shelby Prindaville, Nicolas Lampert, L.A. Watson, Kathryn Eddy, Mary Britton Clouse, Jo-Anne McArthur, Angie Carreiro, and Janell O'Rourke. The exhibition is up until mid-March. Details on visiting can be found here.

  • 1/2014 The HAND magazine

    Issue #3 will be released in early January and is available now for pre-order.
    The Hand publishes work made by national and international printmakers and photographers whose work emphasizes the hand made.

  • 10/2013 FAU Biennial Faculty Exhibition

    Exhibition runs from September 21st - December 7th, 2013 in the Schmidt Center Gallery and Ritter Art Gallery located on the Boca Raton campus of Florida Atlantic University.

  • 4/2013 Sanctuary Talk @ UK Art Museum

    I will be giving a talk at the UK Art Museum about my Sanctuary project on Sunday April 7th at 2pm. More info here.

  • 3/2013 EKU Living With Animals Conference

    I will be presenting my Sanctuary project at the Eastern Kentucky University Living With Animals Conference on Saturday March 23rd. The conference runs from March 21st-March 23rd and a complete schedule is available here.

  • 2/2013 Picture Black Friday

    The selections made by Brian Ulrich for the Picture Black Friday Project have been announced. "Picture Black Friday is a photojournalism project that aims to revisit and analyze a combination of forces- a worsening economy, financial desperation, excitement, fear, and a distinctly American cultural tradition- that culminate the morning after Thanksgiving." You can check out my image, along with the others selected on the Picture Black Friday website.

  • 2/2013 Photography at the Edge

    NEWSPACE Center for Photography Exhibition, "Photography at the Edge" juried by NEWSPACE Executive Director Tricia Hoffman. On display from February 1st – 24th. Opening is on Friday, February 1st from 6-9pm.

  • 1/2013 Sharon Lee Hart and Ashley Oates-Alumni Exhibition

    Alumni Exhibition: Sharon Lee Hart and Ashley Oates
    from 17 January – 7 February 2013
    Exhibition reception: Thursday, 17 January, 6-8 pm
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill- Allcott Gallery

  • 12/2012 "Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals" on Art Photo Index

    Years in the making, Art Photo Index has just launched and my Sanctuary project is included. API is an innovative, cloud-based visual database containing images from thousands of internationally acclaimed art and documentary photographers and photo-based artists.Read the press release here.

  • 12/2012 Castell Photography Gallery - Salon 2012

    Salon 2012 is an exhibition of works from 10 national photo-based artists at Castell Gallery. The exhibition opens on December 7th from 6-8pm and will be on view through the end of December.

  • 11/2012 Sanctuary Exhibition-Maine College of Art

    Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals on exhibition in the Charles C. Thomas Gallery in the Porteous Building at Maine College of Art from October 19th-December 17th. The exhibit will also be open during the First Friday Art Walk held on November 2nd from 5-8pm.

  • 10/2012 Southern Festival of Books

    I will be speaking about my book, "Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals" at the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville, TN on October 13th from 3-4pm in the Nashville Public Library, Conference Room II. Details and schedule of events can be viewed here.

  • 10/2012 Photography Invitational

    Photography Invitational at Bellarmine University in the McGrath Gallery from October 5th-November 4th. The gallery is located on 2001 Newburg Rd. in Louisville, KY. The exhibit features works by Sharon Lee Hart, Rosemary Jesionowski, and Annie Langan.
    Opening reception is on Friday October 5th from 6-8pm.


    Exhibition runs from September 16 - December 23, 2012 in the Art Museum at the University of Kentucky. Opening is on September 14th from 5:30-7:30pm and reception during the Art Hop on September 21st from from 5-8pm. Curated by Lisa Dent, this exhibition shows works by UK studio art faculty.

  • 8/2012 PORTFOLIO: Selections from the Art Advisory

    PORTFOLIO: Selections from the Art Advisory Exhibition at Joan Hisaoka Gallery from September 14 - October 27, 2012
    Opening reception: Friday, September 14, 7-9pm Located at 632 U Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009 | P 202.483.8600

  • 7/2012 KY.7 Biennial exhibition

    KY.7 Biennial exhibition (juried by Chuck Swanson) at LAL from July 27-Sept. 9, 2012. Opening on July 27th from 6-9pm.

  • 7/2012 Maine College of Art News

    Article: "Alum Publishes Book On Rescued Animals". You can read in out the MECA website here.

  • 7/2012 On KyForward: Artist’s first book focuses on rescued farm animals...

    Article about "Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals" on KyForward can be read here.

  • 7/2012 Facebook- Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals

    Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals now has a Facebook page.
    You can visit it here.

  • 6/2012 5/2012 Extended: Vignettes (work by Sharon Hart, Dan Estabrook, and Stacey Page)

    Exhibition at Castell Photography Gallery has been extended through the month of July.

  • 6/2012 University of Kentucky News: Sanctuary

    Article on my project/book titled, "UK Artist's First Book Focuses on Rescued Animals, Sanctuaries" can be read here.

  • 6/2012 Paducah Photo 2012

    My photograph, Drew, Resident of SASHA Farm was selected by juror Ellen Simak (Chief Curator at the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga) to be part of the Paducah Photo exhibition. Show opens to public at Yeiser Art Center on June 30th with a reception, remarks, and awards presentation from 5pm - 7pm. The exhibition will run through August 4th.

  • 6/2012 Farm Sanctuary Proect Update on the PhotoPhilanthropy Blog

    PhotoPhilanthropy has a nice update on Sanctuary on their blog. You can check it out here.

  • 5/2012 Book: Sanctuary-Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals

    I am pleased to announce that my book, “Sanctuary: Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals” is now available. The book will be released in bookstores early this fall, but I have a special signed edition that is available for sale through my Farm Animal Sanctuary Project website. The book is $29.95 and 10% of the proceeds from sales through my website will go directly to the sanctuaries depicted in the book. Please contact me if you would like additional information or have any questions.

  • 5/2012 Vignettes (work by Sharon Hart, Dan Estabrook, and Stacey Page)

    Exhibition at Castell Photography Gallery during the month of June. Opening reception is on June 1st from 6-8pm.

  • 2/2012 Picture Black Friday

    The selections by the judges for the 2011 Picture Black Friday Project have been announced. "Picture Black Friday is a photojournalism project that aims to revisit and analyze a combination of forces- a worsening economy, financial desperation, excitement, fear, and a distinctly American cultural tradition- that culminate the morning after Thanksgiving." You can check out my image, along with the others selected on the Picture Black Friday website.

  • 1/2012 PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Award

    I am honored to share that my project, "Sanctuary: Farm Animal Ambassadors" received second place in the professional category of the PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards. To get more info on PhotoPhilanthropy and to view the amazing projects submitted, click here.

  • 1/2012 Body | Figure | Nude

    LAL @ Loudoun House: Body | Figure | Nude
    January 14 – March 11, 2012 (Opening Preview Party: January 13, 2012)
    The nude takes new form in Body | Figure | Nude. Works selected for the exhibition deal with the subject of the body, figure or nude or they use the body, figure or nude as a metaphor or allegorical vehicle. Juried by Anna Brzyski (Chellgren Endowed Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Studies at University of Kentucky) and Becky Alley (LAL Exhibitions & Programs Director). More info here.

  • 1/2012 TCCA: UK Faculty Exhibition

    TCCA: Tuska Center for Contemporary Art
    Opening Reception: January 19, 5-7:30pm
    Exhibition Dates: January 19- February 19
    The University of Kentucky Art Department Faculty Show will feature work from all of the full-time studio and art education faculty in the department.

  • 12/2011: The F Stops Here

    It was a pleasure to jury the upcoming exhibition The ƒ-Stops Here which features photographs by Andee Rudloff, Emily Naff, Kay Ramming, Laura Carpenter, Stacey Irvin, and Wendy Whittemore. The artists’ reception will take place on December 10th from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. More information can be found here.

  • 9/2011 Sanctuary Exhibition

    "Sanctuary" is a solo exhibition of portraits of the amazing animal residents of farm animal sanctuaries. The exhibition is in the Nashville International Airport (ticketing-south) and is part of the Flying Solo exhibition series. The exhibit will be on view from from Sept. 13, 2011 through March 4, 2012. $100 from each photograph sold will be donated to the sanctuary where that particular animal resides.

  • 9/2011 The Billboard Art Project-Chicago

    Between Monday, September 26, 2011 at 12 a.m. to Sunday, October 23rd at 11:59 p.m. art will be interspersed among advertising. The location is in Chicago at East Bound Interstate 90 just after the highway crosses over Oakton Street. More information on the project can be found here.

  • 4/2011 The Masur Museum of Art's Juried Competition

    The Masur Museum of Art Annual Juried Competition showcases contemporary artists throughout the United States of America. The competition was juried by Alison de Lima Greene, who is curator of Contemporary Art & Special Projects at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.Opening reception: Saturday May 7, 2011 from 6 – 8 p.m. / Juror Talk, 6:30 p.m. Exhibition dates: May 10 – July 16, 2011

  • 2/2011 Artrage: 100 YEARS OF WOMEN ROCKING THE WORLD

    Invitational Exhibition Celebrating International Women’s Day 1911 – 2011
    March 5, 2011 through April 23, 2011
    Opening Reception – Saturday, March 5 at 7pm

  • 1/2011 "Sanctuary" in the Nashville Scene

    To read the article, click here.

  • 12/2010 Review of Sanctuary

    An article about my "Sanctuary" exhibition was written by Michelle Jones of
    The Tennessean. You can read the article here.

  • 10/2010 Sanctuary

    "Sanctuary" is a solo exhibition of portraits of the amazing animal residents of farm
    animal sanctuaries. The exhibition will run from December 4, 2010 - until January 1, 2011. It will take place at Tinney Contemporary, which is located at 237 5th Avenue North in Nashville, TN 37219. I will be giving an artist talk on December 4th at 5pm. The opening and silent auction will take place on December 4th from 6-9pm. 20% of prints sales and 100% of proceeds from the silent auction will be donated to the sanctuaries.

  • 8/2010 Professional Development Support Grant

    Professional Development Support Grant from The Tennessee Arts Commission for my Farm Animal Sanctuary project solo exhibition this coming December.

  • 8/2010 "Deviations" at Watkins College of Art, Design, and Film

    "Deviations" is an exhibition of work by Derek Coté, Sharon Lee Hart, and Will Tucker in the Brownlee O. Currey, Jr. Gallery at Watkins College of Art, Design & Film. The closing reception is on Friday September 10th from 6-8pm.

  • 6/2010 Review Santa Fe 100 Portfolio Viewing

    On Friday, June 4, 5:30-8:00pm at the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza.
    Free and open to the public. More info on the CENTER website.

  • 5/2010 Portfolio Volume 4 Book Published

    Portfolio Volume 4 Published, juried by Katherine Ware has been published and is available at The Center for Fine Art Photography website.

  • 4/2010 Review Santa Fe

    I am looking forward to attending Center's Review Santa Fe juried portfolio event this June.

  • 3/2010 Portfolio Show Case Volume 4

    Portfolio Show Case Volume 4 was juried by Katherine Ware and is on view at The Center for Fine Art Photography.

  • 2/2010 Farm Animal Sanctuary Project website

    The website devoted to my Farm Animal Sanctuary Project is now live. I will be updating the site on a regular basis.

  • 1/2010 The Center for Fine Art Photography

    Portfolio Showcase Volume 4 is on display in the online gallery starting March 1, 2010. The book will be released in May 2010.
    Portfolio Showcase Volume 4: Book and Online Exhibition

  • 12/2009 Winter Walls at Tinney Contemporary

    This exhibition will run from December 5, 2009 through January 30, 2010 at Tinney Contemporary in downtown Nashville, TN. In addition to regular hours, the gallery will be open for the December 5th, 2009 Art Crawl from 6-9pm.

  • 10/2009 Crossroads Exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia

    The SPE Crossroads Exhibition is part of the Society of Photographic Education Southeast Regional Conference and Atlanta Celebrates Photography in Atlanta, Georgia.
    Exhibit runs from Monday October 12th to Friday October 23
    Exhibition Opening Reception: Sat, Oct 17, 6pm - 9pm

  • 6/2009 Estel Gallery Exhibition

    The Estel Gallery "Be a Doll" exhibition features female artists who explore through their artwork themes of what it means to be a woman in today's world, how women see themselves, or what women want to be.
    The show runs June 4 - July 25, 2009. The opening reception will be June 6, 2009
    from 6-9 pm during Nashville's First Saturday Gallery Crawl.

  • 4/2009 Ox-Bow

    Scholarship and artist residency at Ox-Bow- Summer 2009

  • 2/2009 Stop, Look, Listen at Tinney Contemporary

    Tinney Contemporary
    Stop, Look, Listen: New Works by Sharon Lee Hart, Lyle Carbajal, and Jason Lascu
    Exhibition dates: February 7th through March 14th
    Opening: Saturday February 7th from 6-9pm

  • 1/ 2009 Website Zoom Feature

    Check out the new zoom feature on this website. The zoom will allow you to click the normal size images and see a larger detailed version.

  • 12/2008 "Why is a raven like a writing desk?" at Flanders 311

    At Flanders 311 from December 2, 2008-February 1, 2009
    An exhibit of works inspired by and examining Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The artist reception will be held from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, December 5.

  • 5/2008 The Carter Foundation Scholarship

    I am excited to announce that I was recently awarded the Carter Foundation Scholarship. This scholarship is given through the Maine Media Workshops located in beautiful Rockport, Maine. This award will enable me to attend an advanced digital photography workshop.

  • 2/2008 Review of “FIVE Schools/FIVE Miles”

    "The strategy that Sharon Lee Hart (Wake Forest) effectively employs in her two pieces - the show’s most interesting photo-based works - is a digital variation of photomontage. In The Spectators, she combines several different images to create a creepy, goggle-eyed mask with a manually subdued alligator emerging from its wide-open mouth.
    Against the ominously dark backdrop of her panoramic Cut-to-Fit, fragments of printed text are superimposed on images of variously attired women posed with symbolically evocative objects, including a rifle, a barbell, a mirror and a fold-out fan".
    By Tom Patterson
    Winston Salem Journal Columnist