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Sharon Campbell

Sharon Campbell is co-creator of the award winning ‘The Chandelier Of Lost Earrings’.

Currently collaborating with Rachel Ramchurn on ‘A Museum of Journeys in a Chest of Drawers’ an Arts Council England funded project, aiming to discover and exhibit familiar stories that which unite us through there commonality. Working with a Stockport based mental health and wellbeing group and a Nottingham based Refugee woman’s group.

This is based on the research and development project ‘A Pocketful of Treasure’.

Sharon’s work is motivated by the storytelling and narrative possibilities of familiar and personal everyday notions and objects, which resonate and connect with people. The aim is to create transformational works, which draw out the extraordinary from the ordinary, to speak of identity and community, the common themes that bring us together.

Sharon works in the field of contemporary visual art creating process led public artworks which focus on engaging with people, local communities and building relationships.

Sharon has worked in schools, hospitals and community centres, libraries and galleries.

sharonkdoc@yahoo.co.uk

W www.axisweb.org/p/sharoncampbell/

W www.apocketfuloftreasure.wordpress.com/

Instagram     sharon_m_campbell

T @skdocampbell

Images  credits:

Summer House – ©McCoy_Wynne

The Chandelier of Lost Earrings  – Geoff Brokate

A Pocket Full Treasures –  Jana Liggett

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