Sharon Keenan paints portraits, sculpts and works in various forms of art in the media and financial service industry.
Sharon was educated at Harrow School of Art and the Central School of Art & Design, jewellery department.
However, a varied and classical art training has enabled her to work in other media.
On leaving college, she specialised in Portraiture; — her head of Eleanor Roosevelt was centrepiece in St. Paul’s Cathedral, in the UN Human Rights Year Exhibition, and was awarded a 1st prize.
She also has wide experience --- as a design consultant in the applied arts, in the manufacturing industry, as a Modeller and Scenic Artist in Features and TV and as a graphic designer for the financial services industry.
Among her public commissions are those for The City of London, The Territorial Army ---- and for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust, for which she sculpted the statue of Admiral Rooke on Gibraltar’s Devil’s Tongue Battery.
The Honourable Company of Master Mariners, Loctite International, Selfridges, Fortnum & Mason, Madam Tussauds, Royal Doulton, The Chartered Institute of Marketing and The East India Club have all commissioned her work.
She has served on various committees and is, at present, a trustee of The Thomas Heatherley Educational Trust.