Sherri Jean McCulloch

Sherri is an intuitive surrealist.
She works to music, through new experiences, new people and new vistas. She is known for her playfulness with subject and mood, use of vibrant colours, mark making, and layers.
Much of her work is in acrylic due to the vibrancy and quick drying time of the medium, but in truth, she is a freedom seeking, experimental mixed media artist.

Some people need rules to set them free. I’m not one of them.”

“Gratitude paves the way to joy”

Sherri Jean McCulloch

Sherri is an intuitive artist who works in acrylic and mixed media. She doesn’t begin her work with a plan, it’s time and place deeply influence the result of her work.

In 2018, Sherri was chosen to be an Artist in Residence at Chateau Orquevaux, Champagne, France for the month of April and in 2019, was chosen to be Artist in Residence in Nerac, France at Studio Faire. She is working on a series painted entirely in France she’s calling French Laundry, and a second series that will span the continents. Sherri has studios in Port McNeill, B.C, and in the Cowichan Valley.

Sherri frequently exhibits in the Cowichan Valley particularly with the Cowichan Valley Arts Council. She has exhibited at juried shows in Victoria, Sooke, and Chetwynd, BC.

“… all she wants to do is… paint.”

For all inquirys please email Sherri at roxgroandmink@gmail.com or go to the contact page.

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