Sharon’s Past Events

Coldwell Banker Bermuda Home Show 2012

When: Friday, 17th February, 2012 from 3.00 – 8:00 pm and Saturday, 18th February 2012 from 9.30a.m until 4.30p.m.
Where: Booths 45 and 46, Red Zone, Cedarbridge Academy (main building).
Who: Monica Jones and I will again have a number of works for viewing and sale.
What: This year we have called the collection that we will have available for sale “Comfort Food for Your Walls”.
Come and visit with us, and learn why we are passionate about producing artwork to enrich your life and your home.
We will be doing painting demonstrations for those of you who are interested in learning more about the actual process of making original fine art.
Admission is free and all are welcome.

Workshop: Encaustic Book Design
When: Monday, 20th February, 2012 from 9.30 am – 4.30pm
Full

Workshop: Introduction to Charcoal Drawing
Cost: $125.00
When: Sunday February 26, 2012 10:30 am- 3pm.
Description: For those who have wanted to take a drawing class and are both intimidated and excited by the thought of it, this is the workshop for you.
Grab a friend and treat yourself.
Materials included.
Maximum 6 students.
Bring a packed lunch. Beverages provided.
Teachers may claim professional development hours.
Call and book now, or email me at: sharonwilsonart@northrock.bm to secure your spot.
Non refundable deposit of $50 is required to hold your space.

If you are interested in future workshops, please email me at: sharonwilsonart@northrock.bm

Panel Discussion on Sustainable Development
When: February 20, 2012 from 1.45p.m. till 2.40p.m.
Where: Ruth Seaton James Auditorium, Cedarbridge Academy
Topic: Volunteerism, Energy, Citizenship, Agriculture, Farming, Culture and Heritage

I will be discussing what I do, and why I do it.

September 2011

Museum Chats

The artist speaking with her audience about collecting art Sept 2011


Reasnin with Sharon Wilson

On Tuesday, September 6th, The Chewstick Foundation launched Reasnin’. This series gives creatives the chance to expound on the messages and motivations behind their work and will hopefully facilitate support and understanding for Bermuda’s creative community. These talks will be held the first Tuesday of every month and promises to offer unique insight into the minds of various artists.

Sharon was the special guest for the launch of this series. Below are the videos of her talk.



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Here the artist Sharon Wilson is shown outside of Chewstick with Gavin Djata Smith, it’s Founder and Executive Director.

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The artist at the Bermuda National Gallery opening September 2011

February 2011

The Coldwell Banker Bermuda Home Show

On Friday, February 11th and Saturday, February 12th Sharon Wilson participated in the annual Coldwell Banker Bermuda Home Show.

December 2010

Temporary Mini Art Boutique

Sharon Wilson had work on display at Washington Mall from December 1st to December 11th 2010.

Art and Culture with Sharon Wilson and Monica Jones’ at the Old Burrows Lightbourn Space

Sharon Wilson along with Monica Jones had work on display at Washington Mall on December 3rd 2010.

Home-Grown Alternatives

Saturday, 4th December, 2010 at St. Paul’s Christian Education Centre, Paget. Sharon had her small fries on display.

October 2010

Pastels X

Pastels X was be held at the Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard
Sharon Wilson School of Art – Sharon Wilson and students
September 19 – October 22 2010

Meet & Greet with Sharon Wilson and Monica Jones

Sharon Wilson, Monica Jones and some of the other students of the Sharon Wilson School of Art at the Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard held a meet and greet on Sunday, 10th October, 2010 from 2 – 3p.m.

May 2010

An Evening at the Bermuda National Gallery

Sharon spoke at the Bermuda National Gallery in May of 2010. Her speach was: A Bermudian Artist with a Social Agenda: Art which speaks to solutions for Bermuda’s people and her social challenges.

April 2010

Crossroads – Art with a message

Crossroads featured the works of Sharon Wilson and Monica Jones and was held from April 5th to 15th, 2010 at the Bermudian Arcade.

What are Crossroads? Crossroads are crucial points where decisions must be made.

What do we say about Crossroads? It is beautiful art with a message about healing and growth. It is art to own, to enjoy and to pass on.

February 2010

Coldwell Banker’s 8th Annual Bermuda Realty Home Show

The Sharon Wilson Gold Collection was unveiled to the public at the 8th Annual Home Show at Cedarbridge Academy on Saturday, 13th February, 2010.

The Gold Collection is a body of work presenting images of young boys and comes in response to our community’s need for positive imagery. Positive imagery is the antidote to the negative and Sharon offers it as encouragement to the majority of young boys and men who are making wholesome and positive choices in their lives.

Lecture: Sandys Rotary Club

17th February, 2010: The Relevance of Art in Today’s Society.