Created and Sold by Cheryl Hicks

Cheryl Hicks
Paintings by Cheryl Hicks seen at The Blackstone, Autograph Collection, Chicago - Political Aspirations
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Political Aspirations

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Cheryl Hicks' "Political Aspirations" plays on one of American history’s most scandalous rumored affairs: between Marilyn Monroe and President John F. Kennedy, who actually stayed here, at The Blackstone hotel in Chicago, in 1962.

Longview, Washington-based Hicks' piece hangs in the hotel's 1600 Club. Art curation by NINE dot ARTS.

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Cheryl Hicks

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Much of my art borrows from the theory of pointillism and the digital effects of photographic half-toning. And it is very much a product of pop culture. I am also a writer and love to play around with text in my images. I am working on an ongoing series titled, “I Just Don’t Read Like I Used To,” in which I cut up books and use the text to make a statement about how technology has impacted our relationship with books.

My text strip collages are pure experimentation. I love starting something new, generating a set of rules, breaking the rules, and moving beyond what I originally expected would happen.”

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