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Internationally know architect and author Juhani Pallasmaa shares his very personal impression of the Salk Institute.    Shari G Grant’s unique photographs and paintings help the reader see the Salk through the eyes of an architect and artist. 


These verbal and visual observations will help the reader understand the profound beauty of both the building and the “dream of the Salk!”    The reader is encouraged to make and record your own personal impression. 


Be part of  preserving this treasure,  with all proceeds from sale of the book going to support the Salk Architecture Preservation Fund.

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Shari's photos & other art

     Wild Atlantic Way          watercolor by Shari G  Grant

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Shari began her art education at Mission Renaissance in Pasadena, California with Larry Gluck, completing a classical fine art curriculum including line drawing , tone drawing, color and oil painting.


She was then captivated by the magic of watercolor while continuing her art studies at Santa Monica college and being invited into a small private group of artist lead by Ronn Davis, beloved artist and  instructor. 

Shari has throughout her life continued to paint, exhibit and take classes to continue  seeking excellence. Included below are paintings done recently by Shari during the pandemic watching online classes given by various well know artists.

Watercolor paintings done by Shari in classes by the following artists ( left to right) Row 1; Vlad Yeliseyev, Javid Tabatabaie, David Bellamy

Row 2: Alex Tolstoy, Vlad Yeliseyev, Michal Jasiewicz, Barry Herman, David R. Smith

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Watercolor Paintings done by Shari in Grahame Booth's classes 

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Watercolor paintings done by Shari in  Alvaro Castagnet's classes

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Sketches done by Shari in KIDSKETCH BEEP - San Diego Architectural Foundation

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