SHAROL G. TABOR
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.
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 email@example.com for information regarding commissions.
Cowgirl Mona Lisa
16" x 20"
Acrylic on canvas
Sold (Prints Available)
Other works by Sharol G. Tabor
KinaCommission, In a celebration of the Mexican artist, Freida Kahlo, 16 by 20 acrylic on canvas, notice the contributions of the famous Mexican artist style and colors, similar portraits available starting at $575
The Market Place16 by 20 frame, acrylic on canvas, available at Ritzy Texan Gallery and showroom, Burnet TX, The young woman is one of the many contented artists and artisans selling wares in the market places so common through out the Hill Country, usually found during weekend festivals in scenic small towns along the winding roadways. Her bohemian style and relaxed posture depicts the vibe enjoyed by shoppers on a treasure hunt for small luxuries. The scene is typical of the beautiful view, which makes a wee
Storm Coming In16 x 20 gallery wrapped canvas, acrylic, $475 (no frame) Anyone who spends time on the water knows the feeling when an afternoon storm blows in suddenly. It’s a combination of concern and fun mixed with excitement. Usually, a quick shower and welcomed breeze cools things down, so no harm done. Head to the boat slip and enjoy!
Family ReunionFamily Reunion, 16 by 20 gallery wrapped canvas, acrylic, $375 (no frame) Still life of the Billy Ball florals, this gathering of a basket, a lizard, and 3 curvy pots depicts the wonderful diversity of the modern family. In this case, the family has gathered together for a reunion photograph in a celebration of their beautiful and unique togetherness.
Father and Uncles of the Bride9 by 10 pencil drawing, prints available $195 framed, depicts the scene from a local wedding at Longhorn Cavern, everyone is enjoying the vintage theme from the 40s when these 4 brothers are caught in the moment relaxing together for a timeless family memory.
Pam at the BeachCommission, 16 by 20 acrylic on canvas, similar portraits available starting at $575, Pam is enjoying a vacation on the beach with her grandchildren.
Ride To MarfaAcrylic on canvas
16 by 20 frame, Available at Ritzy Texan Gallery and showroom, Burnet TX.
A young women rides west on horseback toward the adventure that is found in Marfa TX. In the distance, are the mysterious lights in the sky for which Marfa is famous, as well as, Teepees dotted across the landscape, often inhabited by visitors engaging in a favorite festival.