Sheryl Fisher’s abstract art is inspired by bits and pieces of her experiences and observances. Daydreams, conversations, music, love of dogs, yoga, a joke, memories, dancing in the kitchen with her love are some examples of her musings.
Her work is layered with paint and papers, connecting lines, texture, and text that suggests the concept she’s exploring. Her compositions are designed with contrasts, value consideration, and uses a minimal palette with the addition of pops of colour to grab your attention. “I want to entice the viewer to take a closer look at the painting and interpret it with their own imagination. Does it make you curious, provoke a feeling, or start a conversation? What happens if you turn it sideways, upside down, or rearrange a triptych…do you find something new and exciting when looking at it again? Each piece of art that gives personality and interest to your space is a good choice if it resonates with you in some way.”
Sheryl is an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists. Her art has been juried in several exhibitions and has won awards. Her work can be found in private collections.