Sharon Hilbert

Sharon Hilbert has appreciated art all her life. She started to become actively involved when Earlene Grubb guided her in laying a foundation. Then a teaching career left little or no time to continue. After retiring from teaching she again became actively involved in painting with the Marshall Art League and continues within the Gaslight Art Gallery in Marshall.
Mrs. Hilbert's subject matter is most often a creation of narratives within local scenes but includes some portraits of people and animals. Her mediums include oil, water color, acrylic, charcoal, pencil and most recently pastel. She talks of pastel as a totally captivating medium because of the color that can be produced with it.
Sharon has entered her artwork and won awards in various area contests. She has taken art courses at Indiana State University, Lincoln Trail College and has studied within various workshops, including many offered through Gaslight Art Gallery. She avidly attempts to compel those who are interested in art to just try it as she also is always in a learning state of mind. Sharon resides with her husband Jim in rural West Union.

 

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