The joy of colour
Cherrie has collaborated with fine art photographer, Richard Nicholls, on this exciting public realm project in the heart of Worcester. The pair were commissioned to create bespoke designs for vacant shop windows in one of the city's most striking buildings, the former Hop Market Hotel on Foregate Street.
Some these piece are influenced by Cherrie's geology and environmental biogeochemistry study at university. Hours of fieldwork involving close observation of rock formations is reflected in the bold marks and layering in these paintings.
While most of Cherrie's artwork is square in format, these works are in a slimmer, portrait format. The smaller pieces are the perfect fit for tight spaces, narrow walls or for hanging in pairs. A trio of larger pieces can be grouped together to create a statement piece.