Sheri has used computers in her artistic practice for over 35 years, blending new technologies with her traditional art background. Sheri became interested in computers while in college, and was in the first computer graphics class offered in the CSULB Art Department, where she programmed graphics software for class use.
Presented here are a collection of early works: images and wall sculptures from 1981-1990.
Graphics programmed in BASIC, on a HP desktop computer, and printed with a pen plotter. | ©1981
Graphics programmed in BASIC on an Atari 1200 XL desktop computer and photographed off the computer monitor. A variety of photographic prints shown, some photos are multi-exposures. | ©1982-1989
Computer photographs, acrylic, rice paper and resin on canvas. | 16″ x 20″ | ©1987
Midnight Ridge Run
Computer photographs, acrylic, rice paper and resin on foamcore/matboard relief on hardboard. | 48″ x 14″ x 2″ | ©1987
Computer photographs, acrylic and resin on hardboard and wood structure. | 16″ x 27″ | ©1988
Computer photographs, acrylic, rice paper and resin on hardboard construction. (Private Collection) | 13″ x 21″ x 3″ | ©1988
Computer photographs (b&w) and resin on hardboard construction, with acrylic and computer photocopies (b&w) collaged onto wire-screen spinner. (Private Collection) | 17″ x 21″ x 5″ | ©1989
Computer photographs (b&w), and acrylic on hardboard and wood construction. | 28″ x 32″ x 3″ | ©1989
Computer photographs, acrylic and resin on wood and hardboard construction, with acrylic on paper collages onto wire-screen spinner (Private Collection) | 17″ x 17″ x 5″ | ©1990