Cheri HunstonIllustrative Fine Art
y academic studies of literature, creative writing and love of fantasy and fairytale and Victorian illustration; coupled with my fascination with the natural world and animals, has culminated in a unique style. A style influenced by Magical Realism, Art Nouveau and the Arts and Crafts movement, the Pre-Raphaelites and Renaissance period. The style is fine art which illustrates a narrative or which I like to term ‘illustrative fine art’.
Cheri, just wanted to say how much I was moved by your work…literally to tears. Strong stuff. I LOVE IT.
Cheri, Cornelius the Fox is SO perfect. I must say a masterpiece! Helen, and Amber can’t stop looking at it; neither can I! After I first met you, I knew Helen and Amber would love you, your art and your gallery. You will be seeing a lot more of them both!
Cheri’s humour and love of storytelling shine through every picture. The quality of the prints reflect her meticulous artwork. We love them.
C & B Atkinson
Cheri’s work continues to amaze me. The equisite detail means that everytime I look at my painting I see new things. I can’t wait to see what she’s going to produce next!
Cheri Hunston has produced a remarkable artwork. Her pen and ink work is distinguished and a worthy testament to the work of those she salutes from the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration, especially mapmakers and artists.
She has incorporated so many references, both historic and current, into the details of her Antarctic centenary map that I constantly find new delights in it. It brings much enjoyment to this Antarctic buff and will do so for years to come to the hundred lucky people who manage to obtain prints. Congratulations to Cheri on a wonderful piece of work.
Dr David M. Wilson.
Author & Polar Historian & great nephew of Dr Edward Wilson of the Antarctic