Sheryl’s hand-constructed ceramics are reflective of the forests, shorelines, and towns of the Southeast and our Low Country. Her work often fuses natural elements with stoneware, creating dramatic and decorative, yet functional three-dimensional pieces.
She also creates kinetic pieces that combine wire with clay for movement in her constructions. Sheryl has been a student of ceramics for many years, studying with numerous clay artists in Texas and Georgia, and has been influenced by Alexander Caulder, originator of the mobile. Her art is her passion and it reflects the joy she has in creating it.Click here to view our full list of Current Hanging Artists