Inspired by a handful of other women in the paper arts industry, namely Michelle Ward, Judy Hess, Tim Holtz and Angie Zublioni, Cheryl has identified and is continuing to develop her own creative style. Her intuitive design style is revealed primarily through earthy, shabby chic and vintage ensembles, however, just as other artists find their style evolving into new forms and expressions, Cheryl enjoys experimenting with other styles as well.
Natural elements, both textual and representative make up the majority of Cheryl's work. The students in her classes have come to expect ink in greens, blues, yellows and browns to be predominant in the pieces they will learn to recreate; birds, fruits and flowers are no stranger to her art. She has enjoyed experience in creating cards, altered art journals, three dimensional paper art, bookmarks and other paper arts projects.
Cheryl's passion for simplicity, elegance and nature. She has many hopes for expanding and teaching the boundaries of her artistic life.