Location: Largo, FL
Largo, FL, August 11, 2015, Cheryl Yellowhawk, a self-employed pastel artist and oil painter, has been recognized by Elite American Artists, for dedication, achievement and leadership in oil and pastel artwork.
Ms. Yellowhawk has 30 years of experience as a self-employed painter. Her subjects have been diverse, but her favorite pieces to paint include florals and still life, landscapes, figurative works and portraits.
Ms. Yellowhawk received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of New Mexico, and she is a graduate of the Institute of American Indian Arts, with honors. She maintains affiliation with the Fine Arts Society of Belleair FL, as well as the Pastel Society of Tampa Bay, the Dunedin Fine Arts Center, the Beach Arts Center of Indian Rocks, FL, and the Gilmer Arts & Heritage Association of Ellijay, GA.
In recognition of Ms. Yellowhawk’s talent, she has earned a permanent place in the Smithsonian for her collection, “Birds of Raptor.” She has also received numerous awards and honors through the Pastel Society of Tampa Bay and the Dunedin Fine Arts Center, and she was published in “Best of Tampa Bay, Volume 2.” In years to come, Ms. Yellowhawk aims to become a published artist. She is currently showing new paintings at Gilmer Arts Gallery and Heritage Association in Ellijay, GA, as well as Blue Ridge Arts Center in Blue Ridge, GA. The Largo Library December Art Gallery is currently featuring new oil paintings of women and flowers by Cheryl Yellowhawk.
To learn more about Ms. Yellowhawk and her artwork, please visit her Fine Art America profile. Visitors to the website may customize and purchase her decorative images.
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