My finished portrait of Michelle Obama Can’t think of a better way to thank the wonderful wife of President Obama who stole my heart with her book Becoming, than to paint a portrait of her. Thanks so much Michelle for all you are doing. My portrait of Michelle, below.
Still Life Pitcher and Lemons by Sherry Joiner Received a Second Place Ribbon and an Award for my Still Life painting at the Clackamas County Fair. I am so happy.
Painting the First Lady by Sherry Joiner What a gift to the world, Michelle Obama’s book Becoming is to everyone. I am so fond of the First Lady, Michelle Obama that I painted a portrait of her. In admiration, here is my portrait.
I’m in so much pain and heartbroken for the people and children who perished and were injured in El Paso and Ohio I feel like crawling into a deep dark cave and hiding and never coming out again. My love goes out to the family members who have lost their loved ones also. Why …
Painting called Rio Samba Rose by Sherry M Joiner Took the honor of presenting my Rio Samba Rose painting that I did to my half sister Shauna to decorate her house. Painting below.
Displaying my paintings at the Ant Farm Cafe during May is for Mental Health Month Please stop by for a visit at the Ant Farm Cafe, 39140 Proctor Blvd. Sandy, Oregon 97055 between 7 am and 3 pm. M-F, to enjoy my paintings hung on the walls of the cafe.
Sprinkled some sunshine on my portrait’s hair Painting with highlights on my Hispanic girl’s hair. ‘Thinking about Spring’ by Sherry M. Joiner
Ocean Sunset painting by Sherry Joiner Sometimes for a peace of mind, I love to go to the ocean to walk, enjoy, unwind. I painted this ocean scene to relieve the stress, pressure, and tension of the things going on in my life and everyone’s life right now. Enjoy!
Painting by Sherry M Joiner ‘Looking forward to Spring’ portrait by Sherry Joiner
At the Her Art Reception Tuesday night February nineteen for the Cerimon House Exhibit Paintings of Mardi Gras Dancer, Navajo Woman, and ‘Girl With a Pear Earring (Inspired by Vermeer), by Sherry M Joiner