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Acrylic on canvas

120 cm - 120cm unframed

"The space and emptiness, trying not to romanticize it but I want to live here"


Following a research trip to the South West Hebridean islands Mull, Iona, Eigg, Muck, Canna and Rum Sharon has produced a body of work exploring memory and the sublime and what it means in contemporary landscape painting today.


Be it river, sea or lake, painter Sharon Harvey has always been drawn to water. Her favourite walk is a coastal path, along towering cliffs with views of endless sky, above hidden coves that are exposed only periodically by the tides. From Scotland’s Outer Hebrides to Wales’s spectacular heritage coastline, to the untamed edge of Cornwall, her paintings explore the beauty of our island landscape in a rich palette of Raw Umber, Green Gold, Yellow Ochre, Cobalt Teal and the endless variations of Payne’s Grey.




Pointing North

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