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Head of the Jewelry and Metalwork Program at San Diego State University, California, Sherman received the Diploma Degree (MFA) from the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich Germany, where she resided for ten years.
Sherman’s work explores the distinctive voice of jewelry and the psychological and social contexts of the body/wearer. Subjects inherent to those contexts of personal and social identity have inspired diverse works which use the social codes and private/public locations of jewelry as a platform to invite a broad audience to a conversation grounded in empathy.
Exhibited and published in Europe, Asia and the US, her work can be found in significant public and private collections including the Museum of Art and Design, NY, the Los Angeles County Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.
Tuesday Night Lecture Series presented by the Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery is free and open to the public!
Zoom webinar registration required to receive invitation link. Details TBA.