Sherylle Dovaston






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About Sherylle Dovaston

Sherylle was born in the dales of North Yorkshire, immigrating to Australia with her mother in the 1970s.  Based in Perth, Sherylle has also spent time living and working Great Southern, Pilbara, and Kimberley regions of Western Australia, finding energy and inspiration in the remarkable landscape, people, and stories of her home state. Sherylle’s work and studies in humanities have provided the backdrop for lifelong observations of the nature and complexity of human interactions and emotions which she explores and expresses through her art. Sherylle also draws on her own experiences around trauma, family, love, and redemption, which further influence her work. As a mother and grandmother, the bonds of family remain vital to her creative expression, which also include photography and writing. Sherylle is completing a BA Fine Arts and Visual Culture at Curtin University.

by Sherylle Dovaston

You know that workplace? Functional but slightly boring. Perhaps it has no art on the walls at all, or maybe the designers played it safe with inoffensive and inexpensive art. Either way, the environment doesn’t foster creativity or engage the senses. Research tells us that art in the workplace produces positive benefits; enhanced mood, improved …

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