Cheryl is a natural history artist living near Canberra, Australia. Cheryl works with watercolour on paper and vellum. Cheryl's artistic repertoire encompasses a diverse range of subjects, from native Australian to exquisite depictions of flowers, fruits, vegetables, as well as the intricate world of insects. Lately, she has dedicated her artistic endeavors to raising awareness about endangered species. Her ultimate aspiration, through her artistry and teaching, is to ignite curiosity and fascination in people for the natural world, instilling a sense of responsibility for its preservation.
Cheryl's paintings are exhibited at local Canberra art exhibitions, and in particular, botanical exhibitions such as the renowned Botanica exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney. Cheryl teaches botanical and insect illustration. She has created several online art tutorials, links to which can be found on the Workshops page. She also has a YouTube channel where you can view demonstration videos.
Cheryl's studio in Jerrabomberra NSW is open by appointment. Her greeting cards, prints and other items can be ordered from the store page. Some originals are available, and Cheryl also takes commissions. You can keep up to date with Cheryl's work by following her on Facebook and Instagram, and by subscribing to her newsletter through the contact page.