As a multidisciplinary artist, my work has taken a variety of forms.
Note: I'm available for work on commission. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sidewalk banners along Bloor Street. More info coming soon.
Construction Hoarding Photocollage
I created a photocollage that surrounds a construction site in the Yonge and Eglinton area at Soudan between Dunfield and Lillian Street. It's here on this map. The photos in this exhibit are from the series entitled The Other Side (see below). My work will be on display until the completion of the Lillian Park project. There's a related article on BlogTO.
A selection of these photographs was on display at the Gladstone Hotel for Grow Op 2016, an annual environmental-themed exhibition of art and design.
Toronto facades, ink and marker on paper, 2018
Pictures from Toronto, ink and marker on paper, 2018
Pictures from Oaxaca, ink and marker on paper, 2018
Pictures out of clementine peels and pencil from December 2017 and 2018
One favourite camera is the Rollei 35S, purchased in Mexico City in 2015. These pictures are here thanks to that camera as well as the Smena 8M.
Analog: Moving Picture
A tiny film, Forward Motion, has distribution through CFMDC. It's a film shot on Super 8 and hand-processed, created during a residency at Artscape Gibraltar Point in 2015.
Some work has been in two dimensions, including Carrier Pigeons. These collages are made entirely from envelopes.
A photo-based installation was at Galleria Mall in January 2015 for Long Winter Galleria Mall. This installation was up just for the night, up and down a very long hallway and around the corner. There were a total of twenty photographs and forty posters in the installation.
Green Your Home was an installation in which I covered all home furnishings and accessories with prints of local grass. This was featured at Alley Jaunt.
For an installation called Urban Animal Outfitters, there were handmade animals modelling in handmade clothes. This was a collaboration with Kimberley England that was also featured at Alley Jaunt. Shari's work included squirrels and a raccoon wearing fashionable clothing.