Part of corporate and residential art collections across the Midwest, this mid-career artist is know for her bright, bold abstract work as well nature inspired paintings for healthcare spaces.
Her strength lies in working directly with developers, architects and interior designers to create interiors that uplift and engage. Some colorful, modern installations stretch three stories high in downtown loft spaces, while other soft, subdued artwork promotes wellness in health facilities.
Modern artists and designers Mies Van der Rohe, Ellsworth Kelly, Helen Frankenthaler, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso and Alexander Calder are her greatest influences. Her parents are her greatest inspiration.
Stifel Financial, BJC HealthCare, Buckingham Asset Management, JCC of Kansas City, JCC of Omaha, McCormack Baron Salazar, Scott Credit Union, SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, Mercy Health System, Carrollton Bank, ARCH Design, CatCo Inc., Delete Medical Spa - Phoenix/Boston, The Staenberg Group, Spellman Brady & Co., Wellbridge Athletic Club and Spa and private collectors across the country and in France.
Commissions are welcomed. Most clients find something in her portfolio and tailor it to meet specific needs. Photos and video are shared as the work progresses for approval. Most projects take four to six weeks and require a 50% deposit to start.
Corporate and residential references are available. Talking to her clients gives you a great idea of what it's like to work with her.
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois – Post Baccalaureate work
University of Illinois/Champaign Urbana – Bachelor of Science, Communications
"Your art looks fantastic in Omaha. Thank you."
"Over the last fifteen years, Sheppard’s work has brought beauty, vitality and spirit to the public spaces in many of our flagship multifamily and senior neighborhoods. She is a great collaborator and her work is timeless and universal."
“We love to include local art in all our projects. Sheppard’s designs were a perfect fit for the aesthetics in the lobby at Clayton Plaza.”