characterized by refined taste, manners and good EDUCATION.
Sherae Davis was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1989. She received an Associate of Arts degree in 2010 and an Associate of Fine Arts degree in 2012 from the Community College of Baltimore County. Sherae has been in a group exhibitions at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and the Maryland Institute College of Art, MICA in Baltimore. She has been placed on the Deans list at MICA every semester since transferring to the school in 2013 and in 2014 received a Drawing Departmental Achievement Award. In 2015, she graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in drawing with honors, Cum Laude. Sherae post undergraduate work in 2018 reflects her "Culture Understandings". She strives to use her creative process of art making to improve the emotional, physical and mental qualities of individuals lives; Sherae lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland with her beautiful little girl Aniyah.
My goal is to use my background in Fine Art, to help people who are in great need. Through my creative process of Visual Art, I will provide people with a sense of hope and empowerment to overcome.
In my drawings, I am often the central figure contemplating my anatomic being in a society that constantly categorizes my experiences. My portraits relate to the issues that I have existing on so many different levels, These “Portraits of Purpose” portray a snippet of my emotions in my daily life. Also, my intellectual and cultural awareness. My process relates to time constraints and the sacrifices that were made during the 2015 semester and my daily life help me to grow as a strong black female. In 2018, I’m ready to define myself. My goal is to use my background in Fine Art, to help people who are in great need. Through my creative process of Visual Art, I will provide people with a sense of hope and empowerment to overcome.