Women of Excellence

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Cheryl Yellowhawk

Title: Fine Artist
Industry: Art
Type of Organization: Self Employed
Major Product/Service: Creating art including oil paintings, pastels, jewelry and wearable art
Expertise: With over 30 years experience, Ms. Yellowhawk has created artwork in a variety of media. She paints women and children, portraits, still life, florals and landscape. Her artwork is featured in numerous exhibitions throughout the U.S.
Geographic Area of Distribution: National
Affiliations: Pastel Society of Tampa Bay; Professional Association of Visual Artists; Pinellas Park Art Society, Dunedin Fine Arts Center; Beach Art Center; Blue Ridge Art Center; Gilmer Art Center; Institute of American Indian Art; Smithsonian Institute; President, Events Coordinator, Fine Arts Society, Belleair, Florida
University/Degree: B.A., Institute of American Indian Art; B.F.A., University of New Mexico
Born: August 6, 1948
Hobbies/Sports: Dancing, swimming, concerts
Work History: Previously, Ms. Yellowhawk served as a Docent with the Gulf Coast Museum of Art.
Honors & Awards: Best in Show, Beach Art Center; Best in Show, Dunedin Fine Art Center; Solo exhibitions, Pinellas Park Art Society, Barbara S. Ponce Library and Largo Public Library Published, “Best Artists of Tampa Bay”