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Sheryl A. Keen is an artist and author. It has been this way since she could first hold pencil and paper. She is interested in bringing contemplative and interpretive works to the viewers’ experience.

Residing and working in Toronto, Sheryl is a self-taught artist who works mainly with acrylics mixed media. She uses a technique that stacks modelling paste to create a 3 D effect. Her works have been included in solo and group exhibitions. She has been featured at the Pickering Canadian Caribbean Cultural Association Dinner, at CIBC Black History Month Events, at several of Toronto Public Library and at private showings.

Her most recent exhibitions include her solo exhibition at Station Gallery, solo exhibition at A Different Booklist, and ongoing exhibition at Knowledge bookstore. Other exhibitions include group exhibition at the Feminist Arts Conference 2017 at OCAD, Station Gallery Group Exhibition 2017, the Queen Street Art Crawl, Kingston Road Art Walk, Queen/Saulter Public Library, Richview Library, Pape & Danforth Library and the Political Candy Group show with the Pendulum Project. She has also participated in the “Together we Rise” group exhibitions at the Areej Gallery and at Artists to Artists Foundation in 2016.

Sheryl explores themes that include the examination and exploration of self. It asks a couple of questions, who am I, what is my place in the world, what is my best self and how do I get to that best self that I see in my mind’s eye. As humans, we are always evolving and striving to get to a better place. And that better place usually comes with some amount of self reflection and examination. And it’s that process and journey that is fascinating, how do we change to get to a better self?

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v Arts Etobicoke BHM Group Show 2023

v Town of Halton Hills Cultural Centre Solo Exhibition 2023

v Drawing for Art Station Gallery Fundraiser 2022

v RBC/Ontario Science Centre Ball, eAuction & Art Exhibit 2022

v Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre Indoor/Outdoor Show 2022

v Halton Hills Black History Society Group Show 2022

v Riverdale Art Walk (Online) 2022


v Etobicoke Art Fest 2022


v Kings of Napa TV Series on OWN 2022

v Halton Hills Black History Society Group Show 2021

v Station Gallery Group Show 2021 & 2022

v True Patriot Love (TPL) Foundation Tribute Gala Helmet Auction 2020

v University of Toronto Faculty Club Solo Show 2020

v Freedom Factory Anniversary Group Show 2019

v Halton Hills Black History Society Group Summer Show 2019

v Trius + Aim in Partnership with Pixie Blue Studio Solo Show 2019

v Solo Show Ralph Thornton Community Centre 2019

v City Hall Brampton Group show 2019

v Solo Show Unitarian Church 2019

v Ontario’s Legislature A La Carte Program 2019

v Freedom Factory Anniversary Group Exhibit 2018

v Artusiasm Faces & Figures Group Show 2018

v Neighbourhood Galleries Solo Show Sep – Nov 2018

v Halton Hills Black History Society Group Summer Show 2018

v Station Gallery’s Drawing for Art 2018

v Artusiasm Summerfest Group Exhibition 2018

v Pixie Blue Studio Group show 2018

v Station Gallery Solo Show 2018

v Pickering Art Fest 2017

v Different Booklist Solo Art Show 2017

v Knowledge Bookstore Solo Art Show 2017

v S. Walter Stewart Library Solo Show 2017

v Nielsen Park Creative Centre BHM Group show 2017

v Station Gallery Together We Rise Group Exhibition



v Pape Danforth Library Solo show 2016

v Political Candy Group Show 2016

v Together we Rise Areej Gallery 2016

v Kingston Road Art Walk 2016

v Queen & Saulter Library Solo Show 2016

v Caribe Group Show (Cultural Expressions Gallery)



v Print Gallery Group Show 2015

v Toronto Public Library Solo Show 2015

v Queen St. West Art Crawl 2014

v CIBC Black History Month Function 2014

v Online Exhibition Twist Gallery 2014

v Neilson Park Creative Centre Group Show 2014

v Canterbury Juried Art Exhibition 2013

v Cultural Expressions Gallery Group Show 2013

v Pickering Canadian Caribbean Cultural Association Dinner 2012

v Tribal Eye 2012 – 2018

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