Sherry Killam is a Mojave Desert artist/writer who uses visual and literary arts to explore angles, layers, slices, and facets of the reality illusion we humans seem to share.
Sherry finds inspiration in the surreal shapes and metaphors of ancient boulder-beings and prickly plants that spill over the boundary of Joshua Tree National Park. Her experiences in public education nurture the tendency to focus on the basics, the dynamic relationships between the parts and the whole of everything.
Her colorful paintings, digital art, and photography depict a fleeting point of view, often with multiple interpretations. The poetry and narratives are always from someone’s real life story.
“We’ve all been there….”