Living and working in St Mawgan, Sharon Bruster creates abstract paintings inspired by the spaces between high and low tide. Surface is a key element of her colourful work. Her experimental approach and exploration of surfaces has led her to incorporate a range of materials into her pieces, including ash, sand, marble and slate dust, household filler and plaster of paris.

In 2022 she completed a year-long professional practice course at Newlyn School of Art, subsequently embarking on a further full year of study at the school.

She is a founder member of artists' collective Ten:22.


Painting in acrylics and inks, mixed media


2019: Art Gallery Southwest, Heseltine Gallery, Truro

2020: Art Gallery Southwest, Bath (June) - online

2022: Spot the Artist, Bude (May)

2022: Repurpose, Heseltine Gallery, Truro (Oct/Nov)

2022: Ten:22 Autumn Show, Crypt Gallery, St Ives (Oct)

2022: Spring Cheltenham Small Works Winter Show (Dec)

2022: Fronteer Gallery Open, Sheffield (Dec)

2022: Fronteer Gallery Winter Solstice, Sheffield (Dec)


Ten:22 (founder member)