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Cheryl Edwards: Catalog of Works and Images

Edwards, Cheryl

Cheryl D. Edwards is an African American artist and was born in Miami Beach, Florida. She began her studies in art during 1988 in New York City in a class focused on issues of self-identity and personal history at the Art Student League taught by the late, Ernest Crichlow. She has been living in Washington, DC for the past 22 years. Her artistic practice is social justice, multiculture, organic and historical. She is a painter and printmaker. Cheryl has exhibited in many shows in the Washington, DC, New York, Virginia, Maryland, Miami, Texas ,Germany, Rotterdam and Hong Kong. Her medium is oil, ink and acrylics. Please contact her for viewings and/or visit her website: Cheryl-edwards.artistwebsites.com. She is currently represented by Wohlfarth Galleries (Washington, DC); Artisan Direct, LLC (Rochester, NY); Susanne Juggeberth Gallery (Germany) (www.us-arts.de) Cheryl is a 2015 DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Fellowship Awardee. Her work is in the permanent collection of the District of Columbia Art and Humanities Commission Art Bank and the David C. Driskell Center for the Arts at the University of Maryland. Her artwork evolved to a social justice practice in 2007 when she began working in series to document ecological, political and socio-cultural issues.

Types of work: painting(oil, ink, acrylic)

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Research Center for Arts and Culture
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Art Cart Collection
Published Here
October 12, 2016

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The file associated with this record contains compressed images of artwork and a .csv file describing those images.
For more information about the Art Cart project, please visit their website: http://artsandcultureresearch.org/artcart.
For more information about and images by the artist, please visit her personal site:
http://cheryl-edwards.pixels.com/

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