Cheryl Tall

Cheryl Tall

Cheryl Tall studied art at the University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida where she received her BFA and at the University of Miami, Miami, Florida she received her MFA in 1995. Her present studio in Southern California, where she creates her large-scale sculpture and paintings and teaches art classes. Tall’s primary medium is clay, coil built into large figurative sculptures and wall pieces. She also works with mixed media, oil and acrylic painting, and printmaking.

Tall’s work focuses on the relationships between people and their surroundings, especially their homes or workplaces. Her subject matter often includes architectural and figurative elements. Influences include Surrealism, Expressionism, Pop Art, Lowbrow and Funk Art, Romanesque Medieval art, folk art, mythology and Primitive Art. Influential artists include Robert Arneson, Shepard Farrey, Andy Goldsworthy, Viola Frey, Adrian Arleo, Paul Klee, Giorgio De Chirico, Oskar Kokoschka and Giselbertus.

Museum Collections:

Foosaner Art Museum
Melbourne Fl.
“Castle of Fallen Dreams”
2013 Acquisition

Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum
Myrtle Beach SC
“Victorine Abbey”
1995 Acquisition

Ceramics Research Center, ASU
Tempe, AZ
2005 Acquisition

King-Size Ceramic Museum,
Shanghai, China
2011 Acquisition

Gangjin Ceramic Museum,
Gangjin, Korea
2009 Acquisition

IWKAT Collection
Tokoname, Japan
1998 Acquisition

Mesa Contemporary Art Museum,
Mesa, AZ
“House of the Raven”
2022 Acquisition

Works by Cheryl Tall

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