Sheri has been interested in art for as long as she can remember. She became a professional artist in 1981 and almost immediately began winning awards. Sheri has received gold medals for her drawings at the American Indian and Cowboy Artist Exhibit, The Draft Horse Classic Art Show, the Scottsdale Artist School’s Best and Brightest Show, and the San Dimas Festival of Western Art.
She works in pencil and watercolor, gathering material from local sources, and traveling to ranches whenever possible. The subject matter is always a figure of some kind. Domestic animals, especially horses, are her favorites.
Sheri’s work was featured in Western Horseman (May 2000), Informart (Summer 2000), Art of the West magazine (Oct/Nov.’98), and Equine Image magazine (June/July ’99). Her work can also be seen in the book “Colored Pencil 4.” Sheri’s work has been exhibited with the Colored Pencil Society of America, the Governor’s Invitational Art Show at Cheyenne Frontier Days (Cheyenne, WY), Coors Western Art Show (Denver, CO), Peppertree Ranch Art Show (Santa Ynez, CA), the Mountain Oyster Show (Tucson, AZ), the Cattlemen’s Western Art Show (San Luis Obispo, CA), the Red Man Invitational (Bartlesville, OK) and the Tucson Museum of Art’s Women Artists and the West Show and Sale.