Art Gallery

Artist of the Month: December 2017

Cheryl Schoenberger

Cheryl Schoenberger has been interested in art all of her life. As a small child, she was constantly drawing. She has been studying with Wei Lo in Montrose, CA, for the last six years. Her main emphasis is oils, although she has worked in watercolors also. Cheryl has done commission portraits of individuals and families.

She enjoys depicting period scenes from the 1800’s. As a historical reenactress, she strives for period accuracy, even making the clothes her models wear.

She resides in California with her husband, of 32 years, and their son.

To contact Cheryl Schoenberger, email cherylschoenberger@ymail.com


Cheryl enjoys depicting period scenes from the 1800’s. As a historical reenactress, she strives for period accuracy, even making the clothes her models wear.

“The Lost Ribbon” by Cheryl Schoenberger

“She Smiles at the Future” by Cheryl Schoenberger

“Running Low” by Cheryl Schoenberger

“Golden Moments” by Cheryl Schoenberger


Apply to be on the Clark Center Lobby Walls!!

The Clark Center for the Performing Arts accepts applications in the fall from fine Artists interested in exhibiting their work annually. Public art is displayed in both the Center lobby and in the Salon hallway. There is sufficient space for large bodies of work. Artists working with mixed media, oil, water color, pastels, pen and ink, sketching, etc. are encouraged to apply.

Artists are juried for content acceptability and a total of 10 artists will be selected and paired to display their work for a two-month period during the following year. The deadline for applying is typically in October and artists are notified in early November. The sale of art requires a contribution of 20% of the sale price to the Clark Center Foundation which is used for funding performing arts scholarships and grants.

Click here to download the art application. For more information, please contact Kris Sinay, Clark Center Community Relations Manager, at art@clarkcenter.org

Clark Center Performing Arts Association