Currently on Exhibit:

Sharon Fuente

For as long as I can remember I have loved art and creating things. I have spent many hours drawing, printmaking, fusing glass, throwing pottery and jewelry making to name a few of my past artistic outlets. But photography in particular has been an ongoing passion. I have had some sort of camera since the age of ten and I am always taking pictures. I love all kinds of photography including nature, macro and portrait photography. It is rare that I go more than a few days without taking a picture of something, even if it is just something simple that I find lying around the house. I own several cameras (all Nikons…yeah, I'm a Nikon girl) and today my camera of choice is a Nikon D7100. I use a variety of lenses and accessories to help create my images. I also spend quite a bit of time taking online classes to get ideas and learn new techniques. I like to think of myself as passionate about my photography.

For the past several years I have not only concentrated on fine art photography but also portrait photography. My photography business, Lifesong Photography, specializes in “stylized” portrait photography where I create custom photo shoots for my clients. I am a member of the Booth Photography Guild and Professional Photographers of America. My photography work can be found at Urban Market Warehouse in Cartersville, GA and on my website www.lifesongphotography.net.


Highlights from the Past:

The Cartersville Public Library has been very fortunate to host so many fabulous local and Georgia artists since 2005. Bartow native, Walt Floyd, was the first artist to exhibit in the Gallery - just in time for the grand opening of our new facility.