Sharon Lindenfeld makes large-scale prints that depict dreamlike, abstract landscapes. Starting from observational drawings, she repeatedly works, reworks, and transforms copper plates until her final prints no longer resemble their original sources.
At the NYC studios of Master Printers Greg Burnet and Bob Blanton, Sharon worked on editions for such artists as Julie Mehretu, Mickalene Thomas, Alex Katz, Chuck Close, KAWS, and Sean Scully. She has taught at Dartmouth College, Indiana University, the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh, St. Thomas Aquinas College, and Sullivan Correctional Facility (a maximum-security prison). Her prints have been exhibited at venues including Paia Contemporary Gallery (Maui, Hawai’i); SRISA Gallery of Contemporary Art (Florence, Italy); the International Print Center, New York; and the Liu Haisu Art Museum (Shanghai, China). She earned her MFA in Printmaking from Indiana University-Bloomington and bachelor degrees from Dartmouth College and The Art Institute of Chicago.