Cheri Bohn
Cheri Bohn
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Mythical Critter

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Dancing Nymph

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Freed Horse

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Sentinal-Matrix

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Scorponok-Transformer

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Sunset Necklace

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Green Necklace

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Yellow Necklace

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Blue Necklace

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Scaponok- Transformers

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Dragon with an attitude

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Bohn Voyage

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Water Dragon II

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Gran-Star Wars

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Spectro Cube

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Waterhorse

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Fabio

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Cube

Gallery Reserve

For Viewing Only

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Teal Necklace

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Red Necklace

About Cheri Bohn

Represented Artist

Cheri Bohn became interested in art during first grade when she heard about Van Gogh's ear. In high school she was moved into advanced art classes, and her passion for art blossomed. After taking a sculpture class at the University of North Texas, she began to focus more on the 3D form. She graduated with a BFA in 2003. Now, she has been working with stained glass for over 20 years. After she moved with her family to the Ozarks in Northwest Arkansas, she was inspired by roots of trees to create a new type of art. The first one was created around 2002. Cheri Bohn has displayed her work in Arkansas, California, Texas, Nevada, New York, Chicago, and Las Vegas. She was one of five people profiled in the 2013 Fayetteville Insiders Guide, and won best in sculpture at the 27th Annual ANA awards. She has a permanent exhibit at the Eurekan Art Gallery in Eureka Springs, and also exhibits at Terra Studios in Durham, CALS in Little Rock, and Art Ventures in Fayetteville, AR.

My interest in art started in 1st grade with Van Gogh’s ear. I stood out in High School as a good artist. In college I fell in love with the 3D form. I learned stained glass from a fellow classmate in the early 90’s. Knowing it was a dying art form, I was attracted to it. After my family and I moved to NW Arkansas the roots inspired my current body of work. Balancing with nature is my message.

About the art

Cheri Bohn became interested in art during first grade when she heard about Van Gogh's ear. In high school she was moved into advanced art classes, and her passion for art blossomed. After taking a sculpture class at the University of North Texas, she began to focus more on the 3D form. She graduated with a BFA in 2003. Now, she has been working with stained glass for over 20 years. After she moved with her family to the Ozarks in Northwest Arkansas, she was inspired by roots of trees to create a new type of art. The first one was created around 2002. Cheri Bohn has displayed her work in Arkansas, California, Texas, Nevada, New York, Chicago, and Las Vegas. She was one of five people profiled in the 2013 Fayetteville Insiders Guide, and won best in sculpture at the 27th Annual ANA awards. She has a permanent exhibit at the Eurekan Art Gallery in Eureka Springs, and also exhibits at Terra Studios in Durham, CALS in Little Rock, and Art Ventures in Fayetteville, AR.

My interest in art started in 1st grade with Van Gogh’s ear. I stood out in High School as a good artist. In college I fell in love with the 3D form. I learned stained glass from a fellow classmate in the early 90’s. Knowing it was a dying art form, I was attracted to it. After my family and I moved to NW Arkansas the roots inspired my current body of work. Balancing with nature is my message.