Bad Little Studio artist takes inspiration from local color

by Sarah Craighead Dedmon

In her early years, artist Sharon Mack painted in watercolors. Then, two people she loved inspired her to a bold and colorful new style.

“One of my sisters and one of my brothers is legally blind, and my sister said, ‘I can’t see it. Will you paint something I can see?’ says Mack. “That’s how I got this particular style, I took my glasses off and painted without my glasses.”

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