Sharon Weiner’s practice manifests her regard for reality as a psychological rather than a cultural dynamic. She sees the artist’s role as restating the internal psychological object through a language of images that make that object relevant to humanity. The images themselves come from both within her imagination and from the natural and manmade environment surrounding her.
She received the Distinctive Merit Award, San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, CA in 1993. Selected Solo and two-person exhibitions include “Resonate Visages,” Alan Avery Art Company, Atlanta, GA (2022); “In Bloom”, Fabrik Projects, Culver City, CA (2019);”Beyond Words”, Ruth Bachofner Gallery, Santa Monica, CA,( 2015) and “Ignotus”, Alan Avery Art Company, Atlanta, Georgia (2015)
Selected group exhibitions include Melissa Morgan Gallery, Palm Desert, CA (2022);Fabrik Projects, Art Context Miami, Miami Beach, Florida,(2020) Fabrik Projects, Los Angeles Art Show, LA Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA,(2021) and Fabrik Projects, Affordable Art Fair, Virtual (2021);Fabrik Projects, “Here Comes the Sun”, Virtual Exhibit, (2020),Long Beach Museum of Art, (2021)Art Auction XVII, Long Beach, CA(2019)
Collections include Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR, Joan and Jack Quinn, Los Angeles, CA, Adobe Systems Inc., San Jose, CA, Wellington Management Company, Boston, MA, Allergan Inc., Irvine, CA, Alston and Bird Law Firm, Atlanta, GA. She has been featured in Curator, Olivar,Amanda Quinn,”Interview”,(2019), Kussatz, Simone, “Interview”,(2019),Studio Visit Magazine-Volume twenty-one(2013), Frank,Peter, “Haiku Reviews” (2011), Kussatz, Simone, “Audra Weaser and Sharon Weiner at Ruth Bachofner Gallery”, and Art Ltd. (2011)