Finch Roastery- Brand it! Finch Bird used as inspiration for coffee roasters of Brazil.
Created this fun coffee shop inspired theme in Adobe Illustrator. I had been brand shopping in coffee boutiques for some cool inspiration.
Sharon Wozniak-Spencer grew up in the metropolitan area of Washington, DC. She was influenced heavily by her mother's interest in art and frequent trips to the museums. This created a desire for Sharon to earn her BA from art school at The University of Maryland with a concentration in graphic design and drawing, where she graduated in 1990. Sharon had focused her original art endeavors in graphic design at UM with her own illustrations and graphic design work freelance, internship, and lead designer in graphics at Speedy Sign. She continued to pursue an MA in art education at The Ohio State University and graduated in 1996. The degree afforded Sharon to teach at The Ohio State University as a teaching assistant and at local art galleries.
Sharon continued to be heavily involved in pursuing her own art career, through shows at The Cameron Art Museum, Land Fall Art Show, and The Arboretum Art Show. In order to develop her art even further, she decided to pursue her MFA at The San Francisco Academy of Art University, where she graduated in 2017. Sharon had continued through AAU to pursue her love of graphic design through freelance work using Adobe platforms in freelance clients along with her fine arts.
While at AAU, Sharon was as an artist in resident at the Hope Center in Wilmington, NC, where she created a series of paintings about "friends in need" and interned at The Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington, NC. Since graduation Sharon has been in several art shows helping those in need through her work, at Cameron Art Museum solo show, Foxes Boxes, Expo 219, and Eden Village a Collective Exhibition.
Currently Sharon is a professor for the art department at Cape Fear Community College and Illustration for the Graphic Design Department, a teaching artist for the Cameron Art Museum, and continues to volunteer. Her latest venture was helping Eden Village raise money for the tiny homes with her art collaborations group show that she carefully organized and presented. Sharon has continued with her original love of graphic design and has been working with students while creating her own graphic arts, as she is passionate about careers in graphic design. She is working on her own illustrations and graphic designs in Adobe which you can check out on this site. Currently she has been showing at Citrine Gallery, the Wilma Daniels Gallery, and ArtFields in South Carolina.