ART ON THE MOVE are delighted to welcome Famous Sharron to the team as Freighting Ideas Audience Ambassador. Her role is to connect audiences to contemporary art and champion #artinwa
A message from Famous Sharron…
If you’re anything like me, the closest you’ve come to a painting is in the doctor’s waiting room and most of the art you own is made of pasta and stuck to the fridge door.
This year I became the Face of WA. Because no-one else wanted the job.
I love it, I’ve been going to all the Hollywood locations, Bunbury, Geraldton, Karratha.
And now I‘ve been given the inaugural honour of being Audience Ambassador for Freighting Ideas, a brand new ART ON THE MOVE and Art Gallery of WA touring program.
As Ambassador I’ve been touring galleries all over WA. I’ve seen beautiful things, met wonderful people, and discovered incredible artists. And quite respectable public toilets.
Really, if nothing else, go to a gallery for their restrooms, they are an absolute delight.
So here’s my little guide for you on famous (and not so famous) art in WA.
About Famous Sharron
Famous Sharron is very famous for nothing at all.
She lives in Perth with her husband Darren and four kids – Shardonnay, Brad, Pitt and Sirri.
She tours regionally to make #artinwa more famous, as Audience Ambassador for Freighting Ideas and the Face of WA.
Se loves chatting to fans, and avoiding the dishes…
A Guide to Famous (and Not So Famous) Art
To kick start her role as Audience Ambassador, Famous Sharron wrote her first ever book – A Guide to Famous (and Not So Famous) Art. You can get your very own copy from ART ON THE MOVE, the Art Gallery of WA or from regional venues exhibiting How Did I Get Here?. Click here to find out when the exhibition will be in a town near you!
Freighting Ideas: Famous Sharron & Minister Templeman
Famous Sharron sat down with Minister David Templeman MLA to talk about new touring program Freighting Ideas and the first exhibition How Did I Get Here? which features video and photographic works from the State Art Collection and significant works from local art collections.
Video by James Wood, Gallery Coordinator at Katanning Library & Gallery