Sharron Corrigan Forrest’s artistic practice is a combination of traditional materials and processes and an integration of computer technologies.  For the past twenty five years, her work has embraced mixed media illustrations and paintings, paper relief sculptures, computer-generated constructions that include hand-cut and laser die cut designs and other inventions on a variety of surfaces.

Forrest is strongly committed to art education, the support of artist run co-operative centres and curatorial opportunities within the art community. She has worked as an Educator, Program Director, CyberARTS, Toronto District School Board, as an Instructor at the School of Design at George Brown College, Member of Propeller Gallery and Co-curator of "In the Spirit of INDIGO" Festival. Sharron Corrigan Forrest’s artwork is included in public galleries and in private collections across Canada and the United States of America. 

Sharron is a member of Propeller Gallery and the Ontario Society of Artists.