"While art can beautify and enrich the life of its viewer, it also has the ability to heal and calls to the specific spiritual need of an individual.
Abstract acrylic painter Cherilyn SunRidge employs circular forms throughout her art to represent a healing nature.
Her earthy, dreamlike explorations of spiritual/nature-based forms have a narrative sense as well as a touch of mythology."
(C. Koressel, Xanadu Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ)
"You appear as the world's expert in your artistic direction."
(Renee Phillips, Director, Manhattan Arts International)
"Cherilyn has become a successful and prolific artist--you'd be delighted to see her work. she is very organic, very fem, highly spiritual with deep lucid awareness about the subtle powers of color, line, and shape. Check her out!
"Cherilyn SunRidge's spirit pushes me to stop and look for the songbird, read mythic tales in the cloudy sky, and burst into cheery lyric of unknown tongues. Read her up, pour her words and images into your soul. Her thoughts and images are a mystic marinade for a forgotten, still fetal part of yourself ready for her shamanic midwifery."
(Lisa Mary Chan, LAc, PhD, Reflexologist)
"Cherilyn captures the essence of a life deeply experienced and consciously lived. Her spiritual artwork brings alive on canvas the combination of inner spiritual journeys with the outer world in which she dwells. These reflect that point where the inner work bursts out seeking expression. Owning several of her phenomenal creations I can attest to the superb quality and attention to detail that goes into each piece of art. Cherilyn's work brings beauty and meaning into my daily life"
(Lindsay Morgan, Blue Ribbon Quilter, Rocky Mountains)
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