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""Madison Blooms"
Elizabeth Heath.
Colored pencils on paper.
ASD Spring show 2021.

This month we are pleased to share the art of Michigan painter and art educator

ASD member

Sharlene Welton

as a part of the Monthly Virtual Art Exhibit at The Berkley Public Library.

Her work is a study in nature, life and emotion. She uses it as a way to both express her herself and to process change, love, loss and life events.

Her art is sometimes mixed media; piecing together elements found during nature walks with her grandson Bennet resulting in a unique work of unforgettable art.

Much of the artwork in this show was created during the pandemic. It is a view into how one artist coped with the many emotions that came with this unique time in our history. Many works use abstract and colors to express her sense of loss both in missing her family and friends during quarantine as well as working through the loss of her much loved parents.

This is a very personal and intimate collection. 

If you were interested in more information about a piece of art in the show or to purchase one of these lovely works visit VITRINE Gallery 2758 Coolidge Highway Berkley or call 248–629-7329.

Her art can also be found on

You can also email Sharlene directly with questions at:








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