Author: Sheri

  • The Art of Change

    What does this have to do with art you ask? It has everything to do with the art of transition, with the art of living differently, the art of seeing things differently, the art of recognizing others, with the art of creative living in collaboration

  • Hibernation and Persistence

    It is always inspiring to see the youth have no fear to enter in with new mediums and ideas and create without hesitation…They inspire me to be creative at the very least, to fearlessly try new things. The inspire me to be willing to fail in the process while opening new pathways of expression. I hope that the youth begin to see their own value and worth, and how worthwhile it is for us to work with them and

  • 2011 Starts with a Flurry of Action!

    Wow, it is only a week into the New Year and so much has happened, it’s like popcorn in a pot. You wait forever to hear that first pop, then when it starts, they all go! We have been accepted (Taylor Gundry, Sheri Gundry, Kim Mather and Meagan Mather) to do a group show in April through PRAC at McLean Community Centre in Ajax, Town of

  • 2010 Reflections…

    I know I dream big, but I believe in my dreams and believe that big things are on the horizon that many of us can’t even imagine…we see dimly right now as if in a mirror, but when the full is

  • Inaugural event at The Sunroom Studio last night

    Aretemis was our Producer and Artistic Director as we undertook to film a live work of art created by myself (Sheri Gundry from Art With A Heart Inc.) with Dale as musical muse…We worked collaboratively to respond in the moment to both the music and the art being created in order to get a teaser up on You Tube to encourage young people

  • Looking Forward…Looking Back

    It seems so culturally relevant and fitting to have such an interesting character somewhat represent the times we are in, even in my own personal life, the youth that I work with in trying to encourage them into a productive and creative path, a young friend presently travelling in Italy who is so fascinated by gates and doorways and at that transition point in her life from youth to adult, transitions in our economies from industrialized centres to more creative centres…even for Station Gallery who is reflecting on the past 40 years and looking forward to the next.

  • Art and Healing…

    Sometimes we create for ourselves, sometimes we just create…sometimes what we create changes the lives of others and we don’t even know it.

  • Reading Painters Eleven after seeing some pieces at RMG in Oshawa

    “Yet abstract art, infinitely more than mere shapes and colours, is an amalgam of energy, power and rhythm, the components that fire this art’s ineffable energy.”

  • Diversity of Talent necessary in our communities

    This statement resonated with me instantly…and I agree that at times, education interferes