Shroon, a student of the renowned abstract expressionist artist, Francine Tint. Of her many influencers, she has studied Christopher Wool, Paul Klee, Gerhard Richter, and Georgia Totto O'Keeffe, to name a few.
Shroon's work represents her deep energetic life and playful spirit. Each painting absorbs your attention. Revealing subtle decisions occurring through implicit feeling. One senses her playful yet masterful use of strokes to evoke composition, glittering details, perfect color balance, and masterful subtle textures.
An expert in movement, her joyful energetic and strategic glittery patterns dance with musical influences. Her bold strokes explore the potential for manipulation of the material. Her intuitive strokes harness powerful reverberations. Giving each painting a story that reveals itself slowly. One can study each painting for long periods of time and never completely see the beautiful nuances.
Shroon has had a diverse art career. A career that includes designing for mainline musicians and multiple celebrities. Designs that have been seen in well-known Broadway shows, souvenir brochures, mainstream magazines, fashion design features, websites, data visualizations, mobile apps, and much more.
Shroon has won over 20 prestigious design awards. She continues to paint in her studio in Briarcliff Manor NY.
My name is Sharon Seidl - known by friends as Shroon
I live, work and paint in New York.
I love the sense of play in life and especially when I paint. Singing and dancing while working.
I have never been afraid to take chances. In my life as in my artworks, I am known to take bold moves. I take pleasure in the uncertainty of each piece. Each piece develops through uncertainty and reveals itself through color, composition, and texture.
I have had a varied design career. which includes designing mainline musician album art, fashion design features for well-known magazines, and data visualizations. I have also hired thousands of illustrators and photographers. Having had so many years of designing under my belt, I am a lover of many styles. I find this experience weaves itself through my various painting styles. My work fluctuates from the joy of creating messaging and meaning to simply create something with beautiful color. Since I can not identify with a single style, I decided to coin a new art term to describe my work. I call it Popstrabstract!