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ARTWORK Her Art

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

ARTWORK Events

Dancing with bells on my toes   I am so excited to invite you to two art events that I am in. January 31, 2019 I exhibit my oil paintings at the Oak Grove, Oak Lodge Water Services until April 30th, Monday-Fri. 8-5 pm. And 2/3/19 – 2/13/19 I will display my soul boxes with … Continue reading

ARTWORK

Healing these day by doing some artwork in pastels   Self-portrait in pastels by Sherry M Joiner

Giving Thanks

Made soul boxes tonight at the Cerimon House with Judy Fardig and friends   Wishing you and yours a happy, safe, and healthy Thanksgiving filled with an abundance of love Painting of Navajo woman by Sherry M. Joiner  

ARTWORK First Place

Dancing on the ceiling   Took home a First Place Blue Ribbon for my ocean scene- ‘Sunset Reflections on the Ocean’  from the North Clackamas Arts Guild Juried Show, King of Kings Lutheran Church, Milwaukie, Oregon, Saturday and am tickled pink with happiness.

Sherry’s Events Art Show

I’m so excited to be exhibiting in this north clackamas arts guild juried show   The art show opens at 10 AM- 5PM  September 29th, 2018, at the King of Kings Lutheran Church, Milwaukie, Oregon. Please come by and enjoy yourselves.  

ARTWORK What if?

What would it be like to walk in an immigrant’s shoes   Painting- Latina Bride by Sherry M. Joiner. My paintbrush blossomed today capturing the essence of the wedding picture upon my easel before me. I love doing portraits, as they help me pass the time while I am restricted to a surgical boot, I … Continue reading

ABOUT Fun Activity

Reminiscing on my life as a Preschool teacher   Still learning the ABC’s of politics and how to walk better again. I am recuperating from a stumble and letting good health and harmony flow naturally into my life. Yesterday my husband and I put up my fifteen paintings at the Water Bureau. I had wonderful … Continue reading