Cheryl Yellowhawk is a fine artist who enjoys painting and photographing women, children, flowers, and landscapes. Please see her full catalog on her website: www.cherylyellowhawk.com
Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico; Graduate, Institute of American Indian Arts, with Honors
Affiliations/ Associations/ Societies:
Fine Arts Society, Belleair FL; Pastel Society of Tampa Bay; Dunedin Fine Arts Center; Beach Arts Center, Indian Rocks FL; Gilmer Arts & Heritage Association, Ellijay, GA
President and Event Coordinator, Fine Arts Society; Art Demos for the Beach Art Center Fundraisers, Indian Rocks Beach, FL
Smithsonian Permanent Collection 'Birds of Raptor'; Awards and Honors at Pastel Society of Tampa Bay, Dunedin Fine Arts Center; Published, Best of Tampa Bay, Volume 2; PAVA Exhibition, Ruth Eckerd Hall; Solo Exhibition, American Stage Theater, St. Petersburg FL; Second Place Pastel, Sizzle, Beach Art Center, Indian Rocks Beach, FL (May 2015); Best in Show, Alfresco, Beach Art Center, Indian Rocks Beach, FL (April 2015); Gilmer Living Times, Art Auction Fundraiser for Gilmer Arts, Gilmer Arts & Heritage Assoc., Ellijay, GA (April 2015); Best in Show, Nothing is Ever Black and White, Beach Art Center, Indian Rocks Beach, FL (February 2015); First Place, Cabinets and Curiosities, Beach Art Center, Indian Rocks Beach, FL (October 2014)
Extended Bio Profile:
Ms. Yellowhawk's artwork has been featured at exhibitions in Florida and Georgia. To learn more about Ms. Yellowhawk and her artwork, please visit http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/cheryl-yellowhawk.html?tab=artwork. Visitors to the website may customize and purchase her decorative images. In the future, Ms. Yellowhawk plans to work with a local printing company for giclees of her fine art pieces. Recently, Ms. Yellowhawk has displayed new paintings at Gilmer Arts Gallery and Heritage Association in Ellijay, Ga., as well as showing new works at Blue Ridge Art Center in Blue Ridge, Ga. As well, the Largo Library's art gallery this December features new oil paintings of women and flowers.
Cheryl Yellowhawk joined Fine Art America on June 19th, 2012.