Every artist begins his or her career with a drawing, which aspires to become a masterpiece. For Cher, it began with a sketch of two running horses drawn in pencil, and a dream of drawing a face to realistic perfection. Through the years, her style, technique and choice of subject has evolved into what you see today; photorealistic wildlife.
Each painting at this exhibit was painstakingly worked on for hundreds of hours to create the depth and perfection of every hair, feather or blade of grass, layer by layer. Every animal subject was personally photographed and his or her personality revealed in each brush stroke.
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