2023 show dates ...
Foster/White Gallery, Seattle, solo show, March
Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, solo show, October
Art Toronto, Toronto, October
Bau-Xi Christmas show, Vancouver, December
'Empathy for the Earth'
Empathy for the Earth is showing at the Bau-Xi Gallery in Vancouver, September 14th until the 28th, 2019.
CBC Arts Feature - June 2019
After a stroke, Sheri Bakes lost the ability to visualize images but gained a new way of making art | CBC Arts
UK Group Show - 'Extreme Imagination'
I'm very excited to announce that two pieces (one drawing pre-stroke and one painting post stroke) will be in a group exhibition entitled 'Extreme Imagination' in the UK. This will be a first for showing in the United Kingdom. The show will open Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, Norwich England (November 2018 – January 2019 tbc), January 11th, 2019, at Tramway, Glasgow, and then travel to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter, in March.
Working with neurologist Dr. Adam Zeman has been life changing. Participating in Adam's research on Aphantasia and receiving his support and guidance has drastically improved comprehension in what is going on in my brain.
Being one of 20 invited to participate in this exhibition is a huge honour and privilege.
Canadian Art Magazine
Thank you Canadian Art Magazine for the feature and Amanda Euringer for the great interview. http://canadianart.ca/features/sheri-bakes-art-after-brain-injury/
Novel covers, 2014
'Remember the Moon' is on the cover for the latest novel of the same title, by Abigail Carter, author of The Alchemy of Loss. Sheri Bakes was also the inspiration behind the main character and painter, 'Maya.'
'Opportunity for Awakening' has been selected for the cover of a new novel entitled 'Aux Jardins des Acacias' by internationally renowned Quebec author Marie-Claire Blais.
Swedish Hospital Collection, Seattle WA
Swedish Hospital in Seattle WA has purchased for collection 'Serenity Prayer Symphony' 36x72, to hang in their Oncology Department.
UBC Hospital Collection
Three large paintings were donated to the Psychiatric Hospital at UBC. Thanks to Jim O'Hara for the opportunity to contribute to improving the hospital environment for patients, staff and visitors.