Sharon Healy: a.Wake

Bitfactory Gallery

April 20 ‐ May 10, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday April 20th from 6 - 10pm
Tengu of Happo One oil and acrylic on board 2018
Tengu of Happo One - 2018

Bitfactory Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibit, a.Wake, by symbolist Sharon Healy. Healy believes that myths and archetypes convey universal messages about what it means to be human. She sees symbols and icons as ubiquitous tools to transcend the limitations of words. Jazmin Montano of Jazmin Arts once said that: “Healy’s work will transport you into the hallucinogenic dream world of your archetypal subconscious [sic].” Using the power of cultural iconography and the materials of her craft, Healy weaves in the power of mythology to encapsulate the human experience in art. Healy received her BFA from the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in 2007 and actively participates in the Denver art scene. Her work is regularly on display at galleries in the Santa Fe Art District and the RiNo Art District, and also seen nationally, recently in the Baton Rouge Gallery Center for Contemporary Art’s Surreal Salon Six Show. She has contributed various pieces of art to local charities like Progressive Veterans, Dream Project, Yoga Rocks the Park, and many more. Her work has been in multiple publications including Vain Magazine, Contango Magazine, 303 Magazine, and featured on the cover of the book, God Heavy.

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851 Sante Fe Blvd.
Denver, CO.