work can best be described as traditional English-Japanese ideas taken
to the next level with crisp form, clean lines accentuated with a vast
spectrum of stoneware and salt fired glazes. He finds great comfort in
the relationship between the user, food, the maker and utility.
of Cheryl's baskets are rooted in nature. Whether it is kelp, cedar or
tule rush, Cheryl gathers the material, then dries and soaks it before
she begins the weaving process. Weaving with the materials she has
gathered from the lakes, oceans and forests results in intricate
colours and textures woven into the work that distinguishes itself as
uniquely West Coast.