Through this window

Sheryl McCammon chose Kirsten Cliff’s haiku as inspiration for her exhibition painting. Interestingly enough Sheryl’s painting is positioned, unintentionally, on a wall visible from the pavement outside the Gallery. Pauline said she’s noticed a lot of people stopping and peering through the window at it. After the painting, which featured on all our advertising and on the booklet sold, we decided to place Sheryl’s painting in the window instead so passersby could look rather than peer through this window!

If you were at the exhibition on opening night and managed to make your way through the crowds to the food area then your taste buds were probably treated to Sheryl’s dips and/or haiku truffles. I’ve decided, if I ever organise another exhibition, I’ll be sweet talking Sheryl into helping out with the catering again. She’s artistic in the kitchen as well as in the studio.

Sheryl McCammon

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