Shari Michaud

Shari MichaudShari’s artistic journey began at the University of Utah in the 1990’s when she took a ceramics class. Encouraged by friends and family, she continued her art education at Chapman University in Orange, California where she received her BFA in Studio Art. In an effort to combine her passion for art with her academic interest in social science, Shari completed her Ph.D. in Social Ecology at the University of California, Irvine in 2004. She studied the role of security measures in public space on perception of risk and fear of terrorist attack – it’s a long story! As with any worthwhile life journey, Shari’s path to art has been far from straight.
With the exception of two years selling her ceramic sculptures at the Sawdust Festival in Laguna Beach, California and a brief stint as a docent for Orange County’s temporary collection of Mark di Suvero sculptures, art took a back seat and she taught social science courses at Penn State University and subsequently transitioned to government service, where she had the opportunity to live overseas and spend ten years working with NATO and exploring Europe. Today, Shari lives in Moab, Utah where she and herShari Michaud husband run a small Airbnb and she is finally able to pursue art sort of full-time. Her original works are displayed at Tumbleweed at 31 North Main Street, Moab, Utah and Gallery Moab Fine Art, at 87 North Main Street, Moab, Utah.
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