Cheryl’s work contrasts pattern and often uses detail and ornamentation and working in collaboration with the community using knitting, embroidery, needle art and print, to promote traditional crafts.
Cheryl is a huge enthusiast for style, design and decoration. Her work is a celebration of femininity and fragility, which is reflected in the material and motifs she uses.
Her textile work fuses together traditional craft-based techniques that have historical associations with women, (embroidery, stitch work and applique) with more contemporary techniques of image making, like screen printing, illustration and etching.
Cheryl runs our monthly Crafternoons: ‘I love creating using craft and promote others to get creative.’