Sherry Tulloch is a resident of the Churchville-Chili area in upstate New York and holds a fine arts degree with highest honors from the Rochester Institute of Technology. She is an active member of the three professional art organizations in the area – The Arena Art Group, The Rochester Art Club and The Print Club of Rochester. I addition to exhibiting with these clubs she competes in juried national, state and regional shows.
Sherry has been acknowledged with honors and awards for the range of expression and the distinctive surface characteristics of her abstract compositions. She has received grants for her work in community arts projects. Her collaborations with other artists have produced complex installations, limited edition sculptures and published book covers. Her artworks are in many private and corporate collections.
Sherry's studio and gallery are located in Rochester's exciting cultural district - The Neighborhood of the Arts - where visitors are welcome to attend scheduled events and studio tours.
"My interest in "ologies" – particularly archaeology, anthropology and genealogy frequently reveals itself in my imagery and in my art making process.
The basis for my intrigue in these sciences and in creating my art is curiosity.
Fascinating remnants, records and markings emerge from layers as excavations proceed.
Most often it is partial evidence that is unearthed stimulating a set of questions and links to more exploratory involvement.
With each piece, I like to present abstract perception, perspective, and the possibility that undiscovered connections await."
— Sherry Tulloch