"As you can see Sharron’s subject matter is sourced from her partner’s employment as a linesman – a dangerous, but essential pursuit for all of us who wish to turn on our computers and TV’s, charge our mobile phones and literally turn on the lights.
These works are driven by a sense of admiration and gratitude for the work these men do, but also a certain fear of the risk involved toward the man she loves.
Printmaking of any kind requires adherence to a process -and a respect and valuing of that process – there is no room for sloppiness in technique, just as there is no room for lack of attention within a relationship. These prints are lovingly crafted and presented.
The lines that Sharron’s partner works on, are literally connecting one to another but they are also metaphorically connecting husband to wife, parent to child, friend to friend, town to town, country to country. Being connected and belonging - that most important of things – that human beings need." Julie Adams, Director