Sherri Gamble is an artist drawn to narrative who lives and works in the Seattle area. Texture is the undercurrent of her work, as each form and surface creates a story of its own. Living in the Pacific Northwest since 1996 has added another layer of appreciation of nature.
She received a B.A. in Behavioral and Social Sciences at Humboldt State University. Then, she pursued a career in program management at Microsoft from 1998-2006. Toward the later end of her career there, she decided to explore decorative arts and interior design. She trained at
Seattle Architectural Finishing Studio and also earned an A.A in Interior Design at Bellevue College. In 2006, she started Sage Artistry llc and has performed over 300 earth plaster commissions and design projects across the United States. In continuing to un-earth her creativity, she has been sculpting hot and kiln-casted glass at Pratt Fine Art Center in Seattle since 2009. She coordinated the kiln-working studios at Pilchuck Glass School in 2013 and was a 2012 and 2014 scholarship recipient.