Sharon Sprung

To read about Sharon Sprung, see the April 2008 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Here are some pieces that didn’t appear in the issue.

“As a realist, my pet peeve is a painting that tries to be a photograph,” says Sharon Sprung, who studied at Cornell University, the Art Students League, The National Academy of Design and in the ateliers of Harvey Dinnerstein and Daniel E. Greene. Gallery Henoch of New York City will host a one-woman exhibition of her paintings in the fall of 2008. Her work is part of the collections of Bell Laboratories, Princeton University, Chase Manhattan Bank and United States House of Representatives.

Adolescence (oil, 42×54)

Berkely (oil, 20×24)

 Self Portrait as Another (oil, 50×40)

 R Undressing (oil, 46×36)

 Lithographer’s Table (oil, 40×52)

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