Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 8:00pm

Paintings on richly layered canvases´╗┐

Art is available for purchase!

Please contact Sharron Ott for

pricing. Commissions are available.

Sharron's newest book: A Tournament of Magic

is now available to order

Artist Reception

´╗┐December 18, 2021

12:00 noon - 2:30 pm

The Dowagiac District Library

Lecture at 1:00 pm

Virtual at 1:00pm:


Works on display: 

Amy Zane, Kalamazoo Mi, 

Create, Niles Mi,     

Dowagiac District Library, Mi  

Front Street Crossing, Dowagiac Mi

Participant in Art Prize 2021 Grand Rapids Mi, 2021. 


ArtKos Meadery, Grand Rapids Michigan

The Tournament 

of Magic

a collection of mixed media


by Sharron Ott

Watch a video of a reading of the newest book, on YouTube, by following this link: https://youtu.be/erKDjvoVEGo

   In The Tournament of Magic  characters appear on the pages, splendid in their costumes while performing phenomenal feats. The images came first in the creation of this story. The plot wrapped around the already active visuals. The book displays over 21 carefully made pieces of art. These were created using mixed media on canvas. Layers of antique paper were combined with acrylic paint and pastels. 

Books are available for $38.00 please contact the artist to place an order.

Featured Artist April 2020, Mad Swirl Magazine, Austin Texas.

Click here to view the article Mad Swirl Gallery 

The Magician's Tournament 1. Send in the Magician's!

Winner of the People's Choice Award, Krasl Art Center Member's Show


The Magician's Tournament 2. Let the Competition Commence!

Winner of the People's Choice Award, Krasl Art Center Member's Show



An Orchestra of Magic

An Abstract Moment


   While using the theatre as a metaphor for life, I contemplate the way that we attempt to stop, and preserve moments in visual images,

and written words.  Brief glimpses develop a story of their own and live on in time.

This collection showcases my recent works. 

Some of the pieces are inspired by legends of my ancestors, in juxtaposition with recent events. 

The pieces are layered with many different materials and paints, forming richly textured surfaces on a stretched canvas base, symbolizing

the  complexity of human existence.