Sharron Antholt mingles representational and abstract forms as she works to reconcile the physical and the spiritual in her work. Although primarily a painter, her works are often hybrids, existing somewhere between painting and drawing or at times, between painting and sculpture. Images often shift from figurative to landscape or interiors and from abstraction to representational. The surfaces are built up using paper, paint, wax or other materials in a layering process that contributes to the works’ rumative quality.

These works are solitary and contemplative. The very nature of her work alludes to themes of impermanence and the fleeting nature of life.