Statue of Liberty painted on the side of a old shingle House. Blaine, Washington state, USA.
About Paul W Sharpe Aka Wizard of Wonders':
I like to think, I see the world, how most do not'
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Paul W Sharpe aka Wizard of Wonders is a visual artist. His art is about deep thinking dimensions, which takes viewers in another spaces, another dimension of our brain, with employing chaotic geometrical elements. Esthetic and composition became a new definition in his artwork so a viewer will be challenged with the classical understanding of art.
The viewers mind is captivated in his art by intensive colours and chaotic space. In his work sometimes human bodies are in interaction with space. It is insight-fully meditating roaming within his work.
Paul is also in love with photography and employing it to capture wild life and landscapes. It is a way to go away from city life and get most inspiration for his art. He has been awarded numerous times for his photographic art by different National competitions & is acknowledged in major international photography associations. His images have been featured on book covers, directory's and even candy wrappers internationally.
His art has been in numerous galleries and exhibitions. He lives in the Philippines & British Columbia and has a studio in Cloverdale, B.C., Canada.
I like to think, I see the world, how most do not™
Nature sometimes presents her beauty to us in profound and dramatic ways. More often, we must search the apparent disorder to discover her splendor. I find myself drawn to intimate imagery where nature's beauty presents itself through contemplation of the details. I believe my photographs are most successful when they reveal nature's subtle elegance.
Crescent Beach Black and White Invitational 2014
Canadian Association for Photographic Art ~ Silver medal for “High Rises of Bangkok”
Celebration of Nature Photography 2013 Competition
Category 2: Mammals – First Place – for “Bison Feeding by the River”
2012 CAPA Pacific Zone Print Challenge
Canadian Association for Photographic Art ~ Gold medal ~ for “Walt Disney Curves”Finalist in the 2012 Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition and exhibition owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine ~ For “Two Bear Cubs Kissing up a Tree “
Summary of Exhibitions
2014 Malek Gallery
2014 Fraser Valley Invitational
2013 Willowbrook Mall
2012 Fraser Valley Invitational
2011 Willowbrook Mall
2011 Fraser Valley Invitational
2011 Guildford library
2011 Surrey Tax Centre
2010 Exposure Gallery