Sharon: Prismatic Patterned Pearl, by Jeanne Leighton Lundberg Clarke
Sharon R. Gray is an Arizona transplant who now claims Utah as home. She is “educated beyond her intelligence” with a BA in Art from BYU, an MA in Art Education and Media from Radford University and an Ed.D in Educational Psychology from BYU.
Sharon has recently retired as an Associate Professor of Art Education at Brigham Young University where she taught for 33 years. She was the Associate Director of the
Springville Museum of Art for 12 years and served as the Director of the Utah StateWide Art Partnership during that tenure. She has been the president of the Utah Museum Association as well as the Utah Art Education Association, and continues to serve on the UAEA Board as Historian.
As an artist most of her work is “relative” featuring family history subject matter. She has been a printmaker focusing on silkscreened quilts and fiber surfaces. Currently she is a photophile creating multi-media installations and videos.
Sharon is serving a Church Service Mission to BYU-Hawaii with her husband, Howard. She is working with the Art Collection of BYUH.