Sharon Kaiser

Sharon Burkett Kaiser is a contemporary American Impressionist whose works appear in private and public collections worldwide. She is best known as a colorist who paints lively and engaging still-lifes and landscapes. Plein air and studio work are equally important to her. Kaiser, a native Californian, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from San Diego State University. She furthered her studies with renowned Russian Master Sergei Bongart. Additional influential teachers include Charles Movalli and Sunny Apinchapong-Yang.

Kaiser’s work has been profiled in many magazines including American Artist, Oil Highlights-American Artist, International Artist, Southwest Art and Art Business. Hardbound books to her credit include S. Burkett Kaiser: Reflections on Color and Light, published by Marco Fine Arts; Creative Oil Painting, Techniques from Fifteen Master Painters by M. Stephen Doherty, published by Rockport Publishers; and Pastel Impressions/Oil Impressions published by Winding Way Publishing. Kaiser has been accepted into numerous California Art Club exhibitions including the Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibitions, On Location in Malibu at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art; Treasures of the Sierra Nevada exhibited at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County; Gardens of the Huntington at the California Art Club Gallery at The Old Mill; and Sights of Santa Ana Invitational at the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art.

Sharon Burkett Kaiser is a Signature Artist Member of the California Art Club.