Selected Works by Donna Rawlins Sharpe
April 20th - May 27th 2006
Donna Rawlins Sharpe studied at York University, the Parson's Art Institute and the Emily Carr College of Art and Design. After she completed her studies she moved to Japan for a period. There she became interested in the Japanese approach to still life and that culture's appreciation for small and simple forms.
Combining elements of both Japanese and Western art, Sharpe celebrates the small but beautiful things that we see everyday but take for granted. Her works are assemblages, employing a wide variety of drawing and printmaking techniques and media.