Cheryl Zamulinsky received her Bachelors of Fine Art from Syracuse University in illustration, Post Baccalaureate in art education from Moore College of Art and Design, and Masters of Art in education with a concentration in studio art from Framingham State University.
Her work is currently featured in the publication Worldwide Colours of Felt. With an interest in the tension created with oppositional materials, her sculptural felt work explores ideas of attraction and repulsion, and representation and abstraction. In addition to her studio practice, Cheryl teaches high school art in Sutton, Massachusetts. She lives in the “tiny town of Mendon” Massachusetts with her husband.