CHERYL NICKEL

An artist with a Master’s Degree in landscape architecture from Cornell University.  She has exhibited installation and sculptural work in various media at Cornell University Art Galleries. Johnson Art Museum, Ithaca, New York, Loma Linda University, Riverside, CA. Group shows include: Grove Gallery UCSD, Palomar College, Mira Mesa College, and Escondido Center for the Arts, Sushi Performance and Visual Art Center, La Sierra University Brandstadter Gallery, and “Allied Craftsmen Today” at Mingei Museum. Public projects/ Environmental works include: environmental sculptures for the Ithaca Arts Festival; design/build arts and landscape projects in parks and schools in 5 states, including Hoover High School, San Diego. Grants and awards have included four New York State Council on the Arts Grants for art, design and planning; Cornell University Council for the Creative and Performing Arts; San Diego State Foundation/ Price Charities, and Lowe’s Community Grant. Current work includes a major environmental piece under construction, “Path of the Just” at La Sierra University in Riverside, CA. that honors world leaders including Desmond Tutu and Mother Theresa. She is a member of Allied Craftsmen, and a Board Member of Synergy Arts Foundation.

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