Sherri has always loved art, music, and nature. Working in office environments for 20 years, Sherri dabbled in art on occasion over the years. However, painting surfaced in a powerful way in her life in 2019.
She spent time that year supporting her mother during her end stage cancer. Painting calmed Sherri's mind, helping her cope with the unfortunate reality she faced. She believes her interest in painting may’ve been a divine act, arriving at such a difficult time in life.
Painting was a strong talent of her mother’s, a very talented oil artist for most of her life. Her mother was pleased when Sherri took interest in this artistic outlet that she herself was so passionate about and loved watching as Sherri fine-tuned her skills.
Sherri cherishes the memory of her mother getting to witness her evolution into a fine artist. Ever since that time, it became evident that this was to be a real purpose in her life going forward. She remains feeling blessed by the fact she has received some of her mother's talent. It also helps Sherri feel her mother's presence – a legacy living on.