Shara Rowley Plough is an installation and mixed media artist based in Cleveland, Mississippi. She earned her BFA from the University of Iowa and her MFA from the University of Arizona. Her work engages with issues concerning social inequality and consumer culture. She works with non-traditional materials such as horsehair and garbage bags. She is a 2013 and 2014 recipient of Mississippi Arts Commission grants. She shown in the 2007 Arizona Biennial, the 2011 Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts Invitational, the 2012 Meridian Museum Bi-State Art Competition, the 2013 E. E. Bass Cultural Arts Center, and the Art Museum at the University of Memphis.
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