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About the Artist


A painter interested in the everyday objects, life and diversity of cultures, people and places of the Hill Country.  Preferred medium is open acrylic on canvas and mixed media of oil pastels, charcoal and acrylic.  The artist applies multiple mediums directly to the canvas for an eclectic and distinctive style. The end result works well with rustic, transitional, and modern décor, adding personality and color to a room. Influenced by the post-impressionist’s period and devoted to rich colors that visually tell a story. 


Personal History


The artist derives enthusiasm from portraits of people and pets, still life, and images of everyday life in the Hill Country.   Known for fluid lines and interesting color, her art stands out among the crowd. Fine art studies include College of the Albemarle, Elizabeth City, NC., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and private lessons.  Influenced by grandparents, Fanny V. Normann and Charles Berkley Normann, Austin Texas historical artists.  Married to Dr. Bruce Tabor, resides in Georgetown TX.  Full-time artist, paintings available at Ritzy Texan Gallery and Showroom and online. 

Commissions are available. Email for information regarding commissions.

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Cowgirl Mona Lisa

16" x 20"

Acrylic on canvas

Sold (Prints Available)

Other works by Sharol G. Tabor

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