Painting and drawing have always been the most effective way for Sherry Rohl to process her experiences. As a child, her first drawings were of horses. They have continued as an abiding interest throughout her life. Both familiar and strange, for her the horse is awe inspiring and elemental. “As part of the human condition, for centuries they have partnered with us in war, work, play, and mystical experiences. I do not know why horses are ‘it’ for me, but they regularly appear at the intersection of experience and record where chaos is given a voice and narrative is born.” Rohl’s work is included in public and private collections throughout the United States, most recently focusing on purchases for public and private collections in Florida: Museum of FL Art, Holland/Knight of Tampa, Art in Public Places also in Tampa, “Portable Works Collection,” and “Lee County Art in Public Places”, Ft. Myers.