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 Sharon Weilbaecher  (20th century)

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Lived/Active: Louisiana      Known for: figurative, interior, still life

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
A studio painter, Sharon Weilbaecher was a medical illustrator before becoming a full-time artist. Her primary medium is watercolor and a ten-year retrospective of her work was held at the Percy Whiting Art Center in Fairhope, Alabama and the Zigler Museum in Jennings, Louisiana.

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My training and work as a medical illustrator involved detail, accuracy and a knowledge of human anatomy. It taught me to really see, not just look. I owe my painting and drawing technique to this training.

My art is an attempt to find beauty and interest in the details of ordinary life and ordinary people. I notice subtleties and delight in painting them. Shadows, light, imperfections that make up a person give that person character. The way wrinkles lie on a dress or on a face excites me.

I like to capture the play of light reflected on figures or objects. To me, a stray wisp of hair, a smudge on a dress, or a puddle in a road is more interesting than a look of perfection. Beauty does not equate with perfection.

I have been fortunate to be able to travel. Some of my paintings reflect the experience of painting people or scenes that interest me on trips. I like to capture an instant in time and dwell on the subject. For one moment in time, a person or scene is depicted clearly.

Sharon N. Weilbaecher

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