After graduating from Leicester College of Art & Design, Cheryl co-founded a business in interior design, using her skills to produce the architectural drawings and artists impressions of projects undertaken by the firm.
In 1982 she formed a second business working closely with her sister, a silversmith, to produce a range of etched brass bowls, door plates etc. A bowl she produced was acquired by The Victoria & Albert Museum for its permanent collection.
In 1990 Cheryl produced a Limited Edition of 150 pairs of brass etched coasters. Edition No. 1 now sits within The Royal Collection, having been acquired by by H.R.H Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh.
Cheryl is elected as a member of the Royal Society of British Artists and The Pastel Society, which she sat as President of from 2012 to 2016.
“I am a landscape painter because the countryside is the place where I feel most at ease. I do feel it is possible to have a spiritual connection with the natural world and I hope that my paintings reflect this.”
Women In ArtDiscover and collect Art from rising female talents In honour of Women’s History Month this March. 1 - 31 Mar 2020M1 Fine Art is proud to celebrate the incredible female artists that we work with in honour of National Women's day this Sunday 8th March 2020.
The Winter ExhibitionGreenwich and West End Galleries 2 Dec 2019 - 2 Jan 2020M1 Fine Art is proud to release an online Winter Exclusive. Mirroring our London installations and celebrating the cooler weather, this glorious new collection sees a Winter Palette and large...