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Cheryl Agulnick Hochberg received her BFA from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and her MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Cheryl's work has been exhibited throughout the US. Her recent solo exhibitions include the Radford University Art Musueum, the Allentown Art Museum, Montgomery College/Takoma Park , The Banana Factory in Bethlehem, PA, and Sweetbriar College.... Her work is in the collections of the Federal Reserve Bank in Philadelphia, the Westinghouse Corporation, and the Lehigh Valley Hospital.
Cheryl has participated as a fellow in many artist residency programs including UCross (Clearmont, WY), Vermont Studio Center (Johnson, VT), Jentel (Banner, WY), The Studios at Key West (Key West, FL), and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (Amherst, VA). She is a 2015 recipient of the Kutztown University Chambliss Award for Excellence in Faculty Scholarship.
Cheryl's work has been reproduced in numerous publications, including most recently, The Contemporary Art of Nature: Mammals, Ashley Rooney, ed., Schiffer Publishing.
Hochberg is a Professor of Art at Kutztown University, where she is Program Director for Applied Digital Arts and the College of Visual Arts Academic Success Specialist. As a Professor at KU, she regularly teaches drawing courses and a professional practices course. She also serves as advisor for Eckhaus, a student-run gallery on Main Street in Kutztown, and is on the board of FUSE (www.allentownfuse.org).
My work has humorous elements, but it is ultimately strange and carries a somewhat dark undercurrent. In the worlds I present, nothing is more than a small concern or a minor annoyance. There are bugs, strange weather, and troubling predicaments. There are also mutations that leave a viewer uneasy. The larger result is a circumstance where nothing is really wrong – and perhaps everything is fine. But...