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Using art to heal, to inspire and to just have fun.

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Featured Art

Where's Waldo the Sasquatch? (2022)

Beneath a star filled sky, Waldo the Sasquatch tromps his way through the forest below Mt. Hood, OR.

Commissioned Piece

Milkyway, Mt. Hood, Sasquatch, Bigfoot, Night Sky
Painting on Canvas

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About Chereen Druyon

Hello, my name is Chereen.  I grew up in California and Utah but eventually settled in Oregon.  My love for art began at a young age, and though I took a few art electives growing up, I have been mostly self-taught, with nature and fantasy being my biggest influences.  I work in acrylic paint for its versatility and convenience and I use intuitive techniques when creating.  My paintings exhibit themes of contrasting light and darkness, symbolizing my journey through PTSD.  Painting has served as a form of art therapy, which has brought healing to me over the years.  It is my desire to be a muse for others and to convey a sense of hope and beauty even in the darkest of times.

Chereen's art is breathtaking. Her night skies remind me of my backpacking trips where the stars are so glorious that I can't help but stare at them in awe. She is able to capture the majesty of the stars and the marble swirls of the ocean. She is able to captivate you with her imagination and perspective. Her talents are as endless as the skies she paints!

Emily W.

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‘Gripping storytelling’
The Good Read Blog

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