Cherie Marshall has been creating art her entire life as a seamstress, a woodworker, and now as a glass artist. She began working with glass in 2012, handcrafting kiln-formed jewelry and art pieces. She has been studying the art form with Alyssa Oxley at Davis Studio in So. Burlington, Vermont. Cherie continues to perfect her craft and develop what has become her own unique style.
Color and form are the key elements of Cherie's work. She is inspired by what she sees in nature and by other forms of artwork, which she reinterprets in glass. She is passionate about exploring the multitude of possibilities within the medium of glass and looks forward to continuing her studies.
Cherie lives in Burlington, Vermont and enjoys visits with her two grown children, both artists in their own right. When she's not creating art she enjoys gardening, music making and listening, yoga, and the beauty of Vermont. She enjoys working on the admin team at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts and furthering their mission to make art and the artistic process accessible to everybody.