Artists

Sharon Lee Hart
Hart_ Illusion
Illusion, 14 by 22” framed to 20 by 28 inches
Hart_According to the Night Sky
According to the Night Sky, 7.5” diameter framed to 14 by 14 inches
Hart_Blessing
Blessing, 14 by 14” framed to 20 by 20 inches
Hart_Beyond
Beyond (For Sylvia), 15.5 by 15.5” framed to 20 by 20 inches
Hart_AssumingForm
Assuming Form, 7” diameter framed to 14 by 14 inches
Hart_Agreement Between Sea and Sky
Agreement Between Sea and Sky, 8 by 8” framed to 14 by 14 inches
Hart_BeyondtheNonthWave
Beyond the Ninth Wave, 18 by 12” framed to 18 by 26 inches
Hart_Divining
Divining, 8.5” diameter framed to 15 by 15 inches
Hart_Douse
Douse, 7” diameter framed to 14 by 14 inches
Hart_Indigenous Mystery
Indigenous Mystery, 8.5” diameter framed to 15 by 15 inches
Hart_Magical Procession of Molecules
Magical Procession of Molecules, 12” diameter, framed to 26 by 26 inches
Hart_Monad
Monad, 8.5” diameter framed to 15 by 15 inches
Hart_Perfect Day
Perfect Day, 15 by 15” framed to 20 by 20 inches
Hart_Root
Root, 7 by 7” framed to 14 by 14 inches
Hart_Shifting Boundaries
Shifting Boundaries, 8 by 8” framed to 14 by 14 inches
Hart_Skyward Loop (1)
Skyward Loop, 12” diameter, framed to 26 by 26 inches
Hart_SomeWavelength
Some Wavelength, 8.5” diameter framed to 15 by 15 inches
Hart_Triad
Triad, 16 by 16” framed to 20 by 20 inches

Artist Info

This project is a meditation on the sea. Personal narratives form with roots in mythology, astronomy and mysticism. The ocean is a link to the cosmos, a backdrop and central character. We live on a planet whose surface is covered in water and in bodies that are at least half composed of water; we are physically and psychologically connected to the ocean. The photographs are made in the water and on the shore, our evolving human access point where earth and sea meet. This constantly shifting border between the known and unknown can be seen as a metaphor for change. The photographs are toned blue to reference the natural hydrological cycle and the color of the sea being in part a reflection of the sky. The images are made with a medium format film camera, a DSLR, and archival inks on hand coated hosho paper.

CURRENT EXHIBITION
Monad, 8.5” diameter framed to 15 by 15 inches
According to the Sky
April 1, 2017-May 27, 2017

Artist Press

  • by Linda Alterwitz February 11, 2016 Sharon Lee Hart is a photographer and educator based in Florida whose photography and mixed media works have been exhibited throughout the United States and internationally. Hart’s photographs from the series According to the Sky share a visual connection to water. Along with references to astronomy and mysticism, water […]