Sharon Kelly is a visual artist based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She graduated from University of Ulster, Belfast gaining a BA (Hons) Fine Art in 1986 and her MFA in 1989. She was co-founder of Paragon Studios / PS2 where she was co-director from 1993 – 2016 and where she continues to have her studio.

Her practice centres on drawing and includes moving image, painting and print, exploring themes relating to the human condition – contemplations on life, loss, healing, memory. Her work is held in public and private collections in Ireland, Britain, USA and Holland. Alongside her studio-based practice, Sharon has undertaken many residencies, site-specific projects in hospitals, collaborative productions with poets, dancers and choreographers and exploratory multimedia projects in the field of education across Ireland. Sharon is a full member of Royal Ulster Academy of Art.

Exhibition Review by Slavka Sverakova 2017

Interview NVTV (Northern Visions Television, Belfast) by Marianne O’Kane Baol 2017

Article on Virtually There Project with St patrick’s PS Crossmaglen 2017

Exhibition Review of Liminal Space of the Runner, Belfast  by Slavka Sverakova 2013

Review of Process Lab Collaboration by Slavka Sverakova 2013

Featured artist in Too Late for Names: A documentary film about infant death by Double Band Films, for BBC Northern Ireland, broadcast November 1998. www.doublebandfilms.com 

View full History of Art Practice here.

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