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Shannon Hamilton, 2002
Loving art since childhood, Shannon Hamilton developed her individual style while working as an occupational therapist, where she found painting an effective therapy for her patients. Leaving occupational therapy in 2000 to explore her own potential, Shannon has gone from strength to strength.
She creates appealing, familiar and exciting contemporary artwork which has found popularity throughout Australia and overseas. Her paintings feature strong, bold strokes of colour, tastefully capturing the sensuality of the human form in the warmth of Australian sunlight.
Having travelled the world, she also draws upon African and Asian cultures with a focus on warmth of human relationships, especially of mother and child. Shannon also challenges societal standards of female perfection, painting women with non-typical beauty using abstractions of colour and line.
She has exhibited, on her own and in company, in Margaret River, Perth, Melbourne, Singapore and New York.