As a digital artist, I use many different things to create my art.  Although I am not a conventional painter,  I do paint digitally, use textures, text, images that are photographic, and bits and pieces of patterns and shapes.  I am inspired by color, reflections, light, the changing seasons, nature, and architectural elements.  All are part of my creative process.  
 
 
 
My work has been exhibited at:
 
- Booth Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia
- Floyd Medical Center in Rome, Georgia                              
- Polk Medical Center, Cedartown, Georgia
- Skellenger Art Gallery, Cedartown, Georgia
- The Trailhead Outdoor Art Gallery for the Silver Comet Trail
 
My exhibit "Life in a Pandemic" at the Floyd Medical Center in June 2020 was given a full-page article in the Rome News-Tribune.
 
Upcoming exhibits for 2022:
                                 - Floyd Medical Center - Fall/Winter 2022
                                 - Polk Medical Center - Fall/Winter 2022
 
Please check my blog for updates on current and future exhibits.
 
My art has been published in all 2018 through the current 2022 issues of the international magazine "Living the Photo Artistic Life" as well as being the featured artist in May 2018.  My work has been featured on the Photoshop Artistry website and I have been interviewed for the Quill and Camera blog as well as for the international artist magazine called "Artists Down Under" for New Zealand and Australian artists (see my blog for details and a link to the interview).  In addition, I was the featured artist on Normanie, a German webshop and gallery, serve on the Board of Directors of naDA (National Association of Digital Artists), am a member of the Sawnee Arts Center, and the Booth Photography Guild. 
 
I love to experiment and have a wide variety of images in my portfolio.  I hope you find your story reflected in my art.  Whether it is a cityscape, a wild animal, a beautiful bird, or a surreal scene, my hope is to inspire and engage your emotions and imagination.
 
Welcome to my world and I hope you enjoy your visit!
Cheryl