“Flamingos present a wonderful opportunity for a study of textures and shapes. The composition, itself, replays memories of my son queued for takeoff in his F16, hence the name “Flight Line”.”
As written about “Snow Monkeys”: Macaque is the common name for any of about 13 species of Old World Monkeys that are found primarily in Asia. The Japanese Macaque, also called Snow Monkey, lives only in southern Japan. Sherry saw these monkeys on 3′ – 6′ incense burners made out of stone in the mountains of Japan several years ago and was inspired to create the sculpture, “Snow Monkeys”. The Japanese Macaque is protected by the Japanese government and symbolizes the wisdom of Budda…See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil. The lantern was designed from something Sherry saw. She took liberties with the design to fit with, and be complimentary to, her composition. It does not convey a specific meaning.