Cheryl Wooten grew up in sunny California. Childhood playdays at the beach and her Mother's beautiful gardens were her influence for creating coastal and floral art.
In later years, a spiritual journey made her aware of the importance of connection. She feels that our actions, words, even our art can influence or be a catalyst for love and peace. Today Cheryl is drawn to paint the stories and unique attributes of people, places and animals. She is especially drawn to the challenge of capturing the memory and emotion in private commissions.
Focusing first on family, Cheryl was still able to attend six colleges, Chouinard and Glassell Art Schools and numerous workshops by a host of amazing watercolor artists including: Jean Dobie, Jim Kosvanec, Jan Kunz, Judy Morris, Mike Bailey, Dan Burt and
Cheryl was a signature member of the California Gold Coast Watercolor Society and is currently an elite signature member of the Watercolor Art Society-Houston. She was published in Splash 11 with her 'Texas Assets' painting.
Today she teaches at Art C's in Somerville. She tries to pass on her considerable watercolor knowledge to her students enabling them to develop their own unique styles. Their successes and self-satisfaction are her goal.
She hopes you enjoy her paintings and can relate to a shared memory or feeling.