Dallas environmental artist, Sharon Neel-Bagley explores climate change, conservation, and grassroots solutions. She applies scientific tools and methods into photography, printmaking, sculpture, and art installations. She holds a BFA in Photography from the University of North Texas. Sharon's group exhibitions include High Museum, Museum of Contemporary Arts & Design, and the Farmington Museum.
In 2019, Sharon's photographs won two silver awards in the Tokyo Intl. Foto Awards Exhibition in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. Mrs. Neel-Bagley's receives funding in 2018 from City of Dallas-Individual Special Support Grant. Sharon is the first recipient of the 2017 Umbrella Artist Grant. In 2016, her photographs became a part of the Acclaimed Artist Series for State of New Mexico. Capital One Corp., Lancaster Hotel, Cosmopolitan Suites, NYLO Hotel have collected her work. Sharon's art is also apart of Earl’s Restaurant, the Farmington Museum, and Jesuit Museum.
Mrs. Neel-Bagley has been incorporating science into her work since 2011. Scientific tools and methods are an essential part of the making of her art. Sharon's photographs bring new connections and views on the environment.