Painting non-objective art allows me the opportunity to be in the moment while creating, allowing “that which is not yet known” to emerge.  Planning ahead, strategizing, and over-thinking are not part of my process.  Experiencing the mystery inherent in non-objective art inspires me to continue painting.

Cheri became serious about her art in retirement, transitioning from mixed media/collage to non-objective art in 2012. In addition to being an exhibiting gallery artist at The Hub, her art has won numerous awards and has been juried into gallery shows throughout the state. Cheri’s paintings are in private collections throughout the country.