Wish Upon A Star, October 1, 2014

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Wish Upon A Star
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Guest, Sharon Robertson

Wish Upon A Star with Anndell V. Banks and special guest,  Sharon Robertson, and artist from Washington DC - topics being creative, living a creative life, how art affects other disciplines.

Sharon Robinson is currently a resident of Washington, DC,  she was raised in New Jersey, has lived in Boston , and Los Angeles – she lived  in Portland Oregon for 22 years before moving to DC.  She has always loved art and pursued it throughout her life.  Sharon is a scholar, water -colorists, muralist and identifies her creative style as specializing in abstract painting, mixed media, mixed collage and painting artist.  She is primarily self taught but have taken classes and workshops being exposed to the professional techniques and design concepts which structured the basis of her artworks.  Sharon also studied and obtained  a Masters Degree in Urban Design and Community Development to strengthen her interest in the man-made environment.  After  working 25 years in the urban transit and planning field she felt the desire to continue her artistic pursuit.  Hence,  Sharon became a full-time artist in 1999.  Her art career has channeled her into  teaching and showing her artworks in galleries, exhibits in the Pacific northwest,  and  in Washington DC.  She also lends her  time as a consultant in managing art programs and events for local government agencies, nonprofit arts organizations and major west coast art festivals - as well as working in a gallery.  Sharon lives and maintains her art studio in Washington DC.

Wish Upon A Star

Wish Upon A Star with Anndell Banks
Show Host: 
Anndell Banks

"Wish Upon A Star" is a dynamic program dedicated to spotlighting talent in the arts arena.  Conversations discussing the challenging elements of visual, musical, literary, painting, and the performing arts. We will interview professional guests in the fields of entertainment law, copyrighting, studio recording, songwriting, publishing, and other topics in these highly creative and challenging fields."