Sustainable Indifference at NoHo Senior Arts Colony

NoHo Senior Arts Colony will feature the artwork Sharon March, at its latest professional art exhibition titled “Sustainable Indifference.”

Sharon March NoHo Senior Arts Colony

The NoHo Senior Arts Colony, a senior apartment community for adults ages 62+, will feature the artwork Sharon March at its latest professional art exhibition titled “Sustainable Indifference.” The apartment community will welcome this latest art exhibition by hosting a free opening art reception on Tuesday, November 4 from 6- 8PM. The event is open to the public and will include live entertainment, refreshments, and a chance to meet the artist.

The works in Sustainable Indifference, a selection of paintings, drawings and photography, explore social and emotional ambiguities in our culture. Oils on canvas include varied contemporary abstracts. The approaches are as diverse as the subject matter.

A technical pen is used to create the series of ink on paper. Cross-hatched lines form intimate images of the vulnerable.

Inspired by the large-scale homeless population in Los Angeles, Sharon took up black-and-white street photography. Her photos are visual documentation of the ignored.

Sharon March NoHo Senior Arts Colony

OPENING RECEPTION: Tuesday, November 4, 2014- 6:00 – 8:00 pm

ON VIEW: November 4 – December 22, 2014
Open Daily 10am to 5pm

WHERE: The Gallery@NOHOSAC | 10747 Magnolia Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601 | 818.985.2200

Sharon March NoHo Senior Arts Colony Sustainable Indifference

Sharon March

“I am intrigued by the emotional life that defines and, if allowed, disintegrates our will. With images formed with color and line, I strive to communicate who we are and what we share.”

After years as a dedicated foodie in the wholesale gourmet food industry in Miami, she has returned to her art full-time. She founded ArtView Gallery in Chatham, NY, which featured innovative contemporary art by emerging and established artists. Exhibits explored sculpture, photography, and abstractions as well as traditional representational pieces.

Sharon was born in New York City, where she studied art at Hunter College. As an art director she worked in advertising in Manhattan and Miami. Painting in oils and drawing with ink have been her mediums of choice. A move to LA in 2013 began an interest in street photography.

The Gallery @ NoHoSAC: A Nonprofit EngAGE presents ~ The Gallery @ NoHoSAC. NoHo Senior Arts Colony. A contemporary space that is the perfect backdrop to display the work of today’s visual artists. The gallery is located in the NoHo Senior Arts Colony and the space is shared with The Road Theatre Company.

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