New York City-based artist, Sharon Steinbach, is primarily a multi-genre street photographer, yet not exclusively, seduced by nature and wherever her eye and passion lead. Creating art has been her life-long passion. As a teenager, she studied in a select-admissions arts program under the tutelage of her school’s chairman, followed by a four-year college degree that included art history and studio work.
Currently, years later, she has emerged as a fine art photographer, capturing the diverse facets of the human experience through visual storytelling, imagination, and reinvention, whether representational, realism, abstract, or documentary.
Her work was recently on display in curated group exhibitions at the Southampton Cultural Center in Southampton, New York, and at the Islip Arts Council Gallery. Through competitive juried exhibitions, Sharon has won awards for her photographs, “New Year’s Day, New York City” and “Warm Dreams.” Currently, “New Year’s Day, New York City” is shortlisted for the International Visual Artists Association’s International Exhibition & Scholarship Prize for its” high standards of quality and creativity.”
Sharon has a successful website (www.SharonSteinbach.com) where she sells fine art prints and writes a monthly blog. She continues to have her work accepted and shown in the New York tri-state area.