Cheryl Betz has been exhibiting her work in New England for over two decades, after moving to Vermont from Chicago. She holds a BFA in painting, and has completed post-undergraduate work at NVU and at the Vermont Studio Center.
In Vermont, her work has appeared at venues such as the Vermont College of Fine Arts, the Helen Day Art Center, UVM’s Fleming Museum, Sterling College, Northern Vermont University, Trinity College, Catamount Arts, Studio Place Arts, Burlington City Arts, Castleton University, Chaffee Center for the Visual Arts, the Vermont Arts Council, and the former Doll-Arnstadt Gallery in Burlington.
Other East-Coast locations include the AVA Gallery in New Hampshire, the Stamford Museum in Connecticut, the Chautauqua Institution in New York, as well as commercial galleries in Vermont, Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York.
Her work has received awards in Vermont, Connecticut, and New York, including the Remington Arthur Award for Contemporary Art from the Chautauqua Institution.
Betz’s work is in numerous private and corporate collections, and has been carried by Morpeth Contemporary in New Jersey since 1996.