Sharon Lyn Stackpole: “My art is going to be more interactive as it matures.” Tokyo Art Fair 2015 exhibitor.

Global Art Agency News

Tokyo_International_Art_FairThis is an interview with the very talented artist Sharon Lyn Stackpole from the United States. Sharon has been selected to exhibit at the Tokyo International Art Fair 22-23 May 2015 at Harajuku Quest Hall. www.tokyoartfair.com

Tokyo Art FairSharon, where do you see your art going in ten years?
I’m moving toward three-dimensional art, blending words into the images, mixing glass and text and form and light, all of those things. I want to move art past a passive experience into an interactive one between the artist and the viewer. I already feel art is a dialogue. I want to fine-tune that dialogue somehow and amplify the viewer’s feedback. I’m not sure yet how that would be done, but that’s the direction in which I want to go. My art is only going to be more interactive as it matures. I love dialogue. I love communication. This isn’t just about me. In…

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