Sharon Sanderson (American, born 1971) combines found materials and commercial graphic images from the 1960s to create telling compositions that depict the irony and humility of individual faith.

Images of children, figures from the bible, iconographic images of home and place, and found patterns from mass-produced consumer items such as decorative wallpapers and holiday wrapping paper all make their way into her compositions. Sanderson uses the combination of screen-printing and collage to repeat her chosen images in juxtaposition with these richly hued found patterns. Sanderson received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington DC, in 1998.