Sheryl A. Keen is an artist and author. It has been this way since she could first hold pencil and paper. She is interested in bringing contemplative and interpretive works to the viewers’ experience. Sheryl is a self-taught artist who works mainly with acrylics and mixed media. Her works have been included in solo and group exhibitions. She has been featured at the Pickering Canadian Caribbean Cultural Association Dinner, at CIBC Black History Month Events, at several of Toronto Public Library and at private showings. Her most recent exhibitions include a group exhibition at the Print Gallery, Ben Navaee Gallery, the Queen Street Art Crawl, Kingston Road Art Walk, Queen/Saulter Public Library, and the Political Candy Group show with the Pendulum Project. Her works can also be found at the Cultural Expressions Gallery in Pickering, Tribal Eye in Kensington Market and Artists to Artists Foundation. Sheryl’s recent solo exhibition took place at Richview Library 2016 and Pape and Danforth Library 2016. She has also participated in the “Together we Rise” group exhibitions at the Areej Gallery and at Artists to Artists Foundation in 2016. She is a member of Artists to Artist Foundation.