Art is a glorious journey through an artist’s soul; they are left naked, vulnerable to the eye of the beholder to gaze upon their work at an art exhibit. Sharon Weinberg is inviting you, the audience, to take this journey, with her by your side this Saturday, May 18th.


"Laughing Prairie" by Sharon Weinberg

“Laughing Prairie” by Sharon Weinberg

“My current show is called ‘Imaginary Gardens.’ My paintings are a reflection of how I view the world(s) that is/are possible despite all the bad news about our current environment,” states Weinberg.


"Flowers and Pods" by Sharon Weinberg

“Flowers and Pods” by Sharon Weinberg


Sharon is exhibiting at Frame by Frame, at the Lowry Town Center, 200 Quebec Street, Building 600 B-125, Denver.


The Artist Open House is from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. this Saturday, May 18th, which gives you plenty of time to get those Saturday real garden chores completed then be rewarded by gazing upon Weinberg’s pastel work. The artwork will be for sale and on display through June 30th.


Should you have missed the Artist Open House Saturday, May 18th, Frame by Frame is hosting a Closing Reception Saturday, June 8th, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.


Frame by Frame normal business hours are Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. and Sundays 12 p.m.-4p.m.


Weinberg finds her inspiration “in nature, clouds, plants, rocks and the way the light falls on them,” smiles Weinberg and continues, “Making art is a process and just the act of creating something is a joyful experience for me.”


"Clouds and Tendrils" by Sharon Weinberg

“Clouds and Tendrils” by Sharon Weinberg


Her keys to success have been “making art that touches the emotional depths in others as well as making art that makes a person happy just looking at the piece,” smiles Weinberg,  “Making art that pulls people forward to new places, adventures or new ideas.”


You may also email Sharon Weinberg directly to view her other work at [email protected]


Enjoy your artistic adventures this weekend.


Wendy L. Pitton R. is a culture writer for 303 Magazine and the owner of WENDO Productions.  WENDO Productions is an artistic production and artist representative company.

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Wendy L. Pitton R. - Culture Writer for Denver's 303 Magazine since 2012. She is Owner of WENDO Productions, an "alternative gallery" curator and this Summer she will launch ArtBeat Magazine after spending a year as Editor for the project ARTCHASER Magazine. For over 15 years Wendy has freelanced and worked for many publications with her main writing focus on Arts & Culture and as a business owner sharing the visual artistic word for nearly 20 years. (Publications include: GoGo Magazine, Colorado Modern Art Magazine, Image Magazine, Women's Edition Magazine, North Denver Tribune & WENDO Productions Newsletter) Email Wendy L. Pitton R. directly at [email protected]

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  1. Colleen Hennessy

    Sharon's work is exquisite! I loved the exhibit and look forward to more of her work. Her vibrant landscapes are full of life and imagination.


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