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Guest Artist Visits Baker Gallery

Students in Intermediate Studio Art and Introduction to Studio Art welcomed artist Sharon Zarambo on October 21, 2015. The Madison County mixed media artist, who creates large-scale found-object assemblage pieces featuring a wide array of materials like bottle caps, board game pieces, toys, and figurines, talked to students about her work currently on display in the Baker Gallery. She is a member of the Firnew Farm Artists' Circle whose exhibition, Spaces and Places, is currently on view.

Sharon, a former art teacher, has lived in Virginia for the past seventeen years and now devotes her attention to her art full-time. Her work is heavily influenced by tribal African, Native American, Pre-Columbian, and Aboriginal artistic traditions. 
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