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Sharon Tatem has been written up in the Palm Beach Post for her many mural donations to community organizations for children.
Sharon Tatem created a mural for the Festival of Trees Event sponsored by The United Cerebral Palsy Foundation at the Nassau Coliseum in New York. Sharon created a 30-foot mural for the children. 500 children participated in completion of the art mural “I Love Long Island” for the event.
Sharon Tatem also donated a limited edition fine art print on canvas to raise money for United Cerebral Palsy at this event.
Sharon Tatem completed another Mural Event at Cityplace Feast of Little Italy sponsored by Event Co and Sorrento Cheese. 300 children with the theme of Cityplace completed the 30-foot mural.
Sharon Tatem created an 18 feet long interactive mural for The Northern Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce sponsored 2001 at Arti-Gras. Over 200 children help to create the mural and the event was a great success.
Sharon Tatem donated a painting to the Northern Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce in 2001 for the victims of 911 and raised $1200.
Sharon Tatem donated a 12-foot underwater mural to The Children’s Place at Home Safe in West Palm Beach in 2001 a shelter for children with parents with Aids and addiction problems.
Sharon Tatem in 2001 donated a Florida Scene Mural to the West Palm Beach organization Junior Achievement. The organization is a business teaching foundation to help children understand the workings of business.
Sharon Tatem donated a Nature scene of Florida for The Blinks Forest Elementary School in Wellington Florida also sponsored by Howney and Associates Architects of West Palm Beach
Sharon Tatem’s art has been on the cover of Dans Papers of the Hamptons three times and she has been named artist of the Hamptons in 1998.
Sharon Tatem’s commissioned portrait of Mayor Menino of Boston is on permanent exhibit at the New York Soup Exchange in Boston Massachusetts.