Cramer’s Home Furnishings
Windermere Realty – Erich Cross
Annual Holiday Show
Crackasaurus and Friends
Embracing the atmospheric and ethereal qualities of the open air has always been an integral part of Sherry Kaufman’s creative artistic vision. Whether the work is two or three dimensional, her work combines concepts of the natural world with the energy of the supernatural. In creating her art, she is projecting conditions of space and light onto the surface. Using acrylic paint and the techniques of impasto and glazing, Sherry builds up areas with layers of paint and applies them in translucent and transparent layers of color. The final result comes into view as ethereal and at the same time dramatic, much like J.W.M. Turner, whom she greatly admires.
Another beacon of light and color and an inspiration to her is Claude Monet, a practitioner of expressing perception before nature, and Louise Nevelson’s inspired assemblages. Her own assemblage work represents the coming together of a life-long passion for collecting “bric-a-brac” as well as found objects of every sort, and her artistic competence in the use of paint, wood and metal. These three dimensional works allow her to go beyond the real and “every-day” and venture into the imagined and extraordinary. Her assemblages convey a unique “time and again” visual experience of reality ”reused and preserved” for the viewer.
Eveleth Green Gallery:
Gallery One Resident Artists