By happenstance and for reasons known to me, I explore the possibility of seeing intricate parts of the world in a larger way. I am able to appreciate an observation without having the entirety of a moment distract me.
My visions are ever changing. The details, at times, tangible realities and, at others, blurred “shadows against random space.” The observer should experience my imagery without my prejudice. The eye that looks upon it owns the suggestion, representation, and interpretation. That is what makes my art meaningful. It is what it is, or not. – SD
Shareen Davis, former co-owner of Nickerson Art Gallery. She is a commercial and fine art photographer, a former photojournalist. She is a 13th generation Cape Codder who resides in Chatham. She is represented by the Frying Pan Gallery in Wellfleet, Massachusetts