Author Archives: Sharon R. Nahill

About Sharon R. Nahill

I have been a potter/sculptor for over 30 years. My pottery is made by traditional methods aspiring to beauty through function. The glaze palette is varied and complex resulting in simple forms with dramatic color. The sculpture is abstract with a focus on organic forms and their relationships to the human figure. In the past ten years, I have become very interested in Photography and I spend a lot of time hiking in the wild spaces of the the National Parks and at home here, in NH. I also love capturing the sites in my garden and the wildlife on the lakes. You can see my photos displayed at the Lakes Region Art Association Gallery, in Tilton, NH and on the "Photography" page of this website.

Winter In the Studio…and Snow in the Parks.

The photos above are taken on the Larch Valley/Sentinal Pass Trail, in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. Starting at gorgeous Lake Louise, we hiked up just after an early snow storm and slipped and slid our way up the … Continue reading

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