Sheridan’s life as an artist has been always been a balancing act between printmaking and sculpture, her two first loves after coloured pencils!
Typically her work revolves around the ideas we place on subjects in nature, how we relate to them, the thought’s they conjure in us.
The flora and fauna of our landscapes play an inextricable role in our lives that is often forgotten, by bringing a man made version of this before us do we then remember? Are we able to create an internal dialogue based on the way we connect to our surrounds?
Remembering the importance of this connection is vital to the future health of our environment, remembering this connection is vital to our own sense of place.
These representations will always be approximations, imperfect, slightly odd versions of the creatures the allude to, a reminder of the perfection of the real thing.