Considered one of today’s most innovative artists, Barbara Sharp’s use of color and inspiration from nature enable her to create beautiful, custom fabrics, rugs, textiles, and wall coverings, as well as custom designed and trompe l’oeil wall and ceiling murals, faux finishes, painted furniture, commissioned paintings and portraits.
Barbara’s years of experience and God given talent have resulted in her artistry being featured in some of the nation’s most prestigious establishments gracing private homes, restaurants, hotels, public venues, office buildings, yachts, and corporate jets in Vero Beach, Florida and throughout the United States.
talent is just the beginning of Barbara’s artistic repertoire. She has selflessly provided magnificent works
of art in addition to her time helping children and adults create artistic masterpieces
for auctions and fundraising efforts for numerous charitable organizations throughout
Most noted for
her contribution of turtles for the Mental Health Association’s TurtleTrax© galas,
Barbara has also presented paintings and other artistic pieces to such
non-profits as Hibiscus Children’s Center, McKee Botanical Garden, Cultural
Council of Indian River County, Humane Society for the past 18 years, New Hope
Christian Academy, Alzheimer & Parkinson’s Association of Indian River County,
Vero Beach Hibiscus Festival and numerous more.
Barbara’s art have included an array of highly accomplished business owners and
professionals, government and professional offices, interior designers, and
“Barbara is a wonderful artist and
designer. Unlike many artists who stick
with one thing, she can really create anything on anything.” Trubey Walker – nationally acclaimed
needlepoint designer and former owner of Needle Nicely.
“Barbara is personable, good with clients
and can adjust to problems quickly. She
is very professional.” Frank Lincoln – owner Frank Lincoln Interiors and French
Country Antiques Furniture Gallery – Vero Beach, FL
“Some artists just don’t know how to make
fish look realistic, but Barbara snorkels and knows what real fish look like
and hers look like they could swim right off the wall.” David Croom – president
Croom Construction Corporation – Vero Beach, FL