Photo courtesy of Matt Zaremba

Sheryl is a Boston based artist. She was raised on the south shore of Massachusetts and has spent the last fourteen years in Boston, where she teaches ceramics, sculpture, traditional and digital photography.

Sheryl Pace holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Photography, a Master of Science in Art Education from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and is a certified pre-school through twelfth grade visual art teacher. Sheryl has actively pursued her photography interests artistically and professionally for over a decade when she began her freelance business in 2001.

Sheryl’s recent medium format work explores feminism and womanhood by documenting the practice of extended breastfeeding. Her use of documentary strategies serve as visual data and evidence of different women exercising their right to do what they believe is best for the development of their children.

Pace has been in many recent exhibition venues including The Copley Society of Art, McCormack and Scanlon, The Washington Art Center, Lincoln Arts Project, Montserrat College of Art, The Distillery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and The Robert Klein Gallery.