Exhibited Artists & Artworks About Katherine Cherry Gallery Exhibition Program
Sertoma Arts Center's annual Student, Instructor, Patron Exhibit, on display until December 28, 2021, features artwork in all gallery spaces from various local artists who use our center as a creative space. The exhibit includes pottery, jewelry, fibers, paintings, drawings, mixed media collages, woven garments from SAORI Arts NYC, and a jewelry display in honor of Katherine Cherry.
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Featured Local Artists
Sarah Peters | Andy McKenzie | Tim Cherry | Anne Terry | Cindy Lyles | Betty McKim | Joan Walsh | Randy Hinson | Ann Haigler | Katherine Cherry | Laurie McNair | Kim Kearney | Michelle Lang | Cheryl Perrotta | Ellen Divers | Joseph Wilson | Heather Pinnix | Sunila Pendharkar | Diane Ballai | Carol Maleck | Nina C. Pope | Richard Lund | Jackie Gray | Ayla Gizlice | Tom Mather | Charles Clarke | Pat Ligon | Cheryl Cooke | Melanie Mudge | Max Pulley | Gail Knoles | Alice (Jinxiu) Zhao | Gertrude Coley | Hugh Daniel | Lauren Iacono | Dan Rice | Lloyd Childers | Laura Kelly | Marie Taylor | Xinhua Song | Lori Patterson | Linda Hames | Jane Needham | Alice Whyte | Vicki Allison | Elizabeth Taylor | Jeannette Stevenson | Marty Rogers | Deborah Naves | Elizabeth Hipps | Min Zhong | Penney DePas | Joseph O'Shaughnessy | Anita Adelson | Carol Gault | Marilyn Beck | Emily Ligon | Susan Fennell | Vivian Cronin | Jerry Fox Law | Ellen Gamble | Matthew Toczko | Jessica McNeely | Ellen Sullivan
Featured SAORI Arts NYC Artists
Nino Tsereteli | Tomokazu Hamaguchi | Jamie Kimak | Toyoaki Fukuyama | Amy Mann | and Tomoko Tajiri
In honor of Katherine Cherry, a display of her jewelry is included in this exhibit. Katherine Cherry did many things and did them well. One of those things was working with metal and making jewelry. She told people that she started taking jewelry classes at the suggestion of her husband, Tim Cherry. Soon she was hooked. Katherine took many classes and workshops at Pullen Arts Center, she used the studio there weekly and made many friends. Katherine's work was earthy and natural. It celebrates the materials and techniques she used to make it. From steel to Sterling, copper, brass, pearls, and stones, from enameling to fold forming she mastered material and techniques, sharing what she learned with others. Katherine would roll her bin of tools and materials into the Pullen jewelry studio many days around mid-afternoon. She would work for an hour or three, producing bits and pieces for something larger, and building community with the other jewelers that came into work.
Gallery Exhibition Program
Sertoma Arts Center showcases emerging artists living and/or working in and around Wake County, along with special themed exhibits such as the Sertoma Student/Instructor/Patron exhibit and Sertoma's co-sponsored artist group exhibits.