Sheryl Crowley has been creating original mosaic works since 2005. Her glass and ceramic murals may be seen at the Imperial Theatre of Saint John, NB, the YMCA of Greater Saint John, the Jubilee Cruise Ship Terminal and the Centre scolaire et communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain. Sheryl works in traditional glass and ceramic along with metal materials to create images of whimsy and introspection. She utilizes both the usual and unusual in her works. Sheryl has worked on many private and public commissions and exhibited most recently as part of a CraftNB Exhibit - “Beneath The Surface” which developed from a June 2019 residency at Fundy National Park. Her 2017 solo show “Inside-Out” was shown at both Sunbury Shores Art and Nature Centre in St. Andrews, NB and at the Saint John Arts Centre. She has taught mosaic classes through University of NB Extended Learning, the Saint John Arts Centre, the Saint John Multicultural and Newcomers Resource Centre, the ARTrageous Festival at Kingsbrae Gardens and has led art projects in local schools. Sheryl holds degrees in both music and education, teaching for many years in the schools of District#6. She is a Juried member of CraftNB, and a professional member of both Canadian Artists Representation Le Front Des Artistes Canadiens (CARFAC) and ArtsLinkNB. Fractured Art Mosaics and Sheryl may be found in Saint John, NB.