As part of her collection, she also designed a , a , and a. One of her paintings is currently on display at. Mansour, Ahmed 4 December 2016.14
Her first art exhibit was in 1988 in Cairo when she was 16.
She participated in the 2010 in Paris, France; she won the competition, becoming the first Arab to do so.
However, the finished work received negative feedback and great criticism from residents of the city. La Torq was shown alongside the 2017. The Porsche was showcased at the , where it was viewed by over a million attendees.
In 2017, it was displayed in the lobby of in.
Several celebrities attended including Egyptian painter and poet Farouk Juwaidah.
Works [ ] In 2009, Sharbatly cooperated in a joint exhibit along with Egyptian contemporary artist Omar Al-Najdi and Spanish painter Juan Ramirez; events were held in Jeddah, Cairo, , and.11
Nabil, Baha; Mansur, Ahmed; Sautha, Amr 11 February 2016.
The murals were done in the and in front of the Jeddah guest palace.
Two of Sharbatly's best known works are a custom-designed, hand-painted , and a Formula One racing vehicle she painted known as La Torq. Fakkar, Galal 18 September 2009.
She started painting at the age of three. In 2011, Sharbatly married Egyptian film director and comedian,.
Nabil, Saad 1 December 2016.
Later, she earned her bachelor's degree in at and her master's degree in at the in.10
Mohammed, Khalid 30 January 2017.
Both vehicles were exhibited at the museum in Paris, in the "Moving Art" exhibit.
In February 2016, Sharbatly was named Goodwill Ambassador for her role in volunteering and contributing to Saudi Arabian culture.10
Sharbatly attended the in Cairo, Egypt. It ended up being removed by Jeddah Municipality after Makkah Region Governer Prince Khalid Al-Faisal ordered the removal.
She was commissioned by the Saudi Arabian government to paint murals for the city of Jeddah.
Recognitions [ ] In 2000, Sharbatly was placed in the top 100 influencers of Jeddah art and culture.2
In 2021, she worked with Jeddah Municipality to hand-paint several disposable car vehicles and transform them into art pieces to be displayed on one of Jeddah's popular streets, Tahlia street. Gharab, Wahib 23 August 2015.