Cheryl Safren

Cheryl Safren has been a fine artist for over 30 years, a commercial artist for over 20 years, and an art teacher for more than a decade. As a former commercial artist, Cheryl served as art director of Liberty Travel and GOGO Tours for three years. Subsequently as a freelance graphic designer, she produced promotional materials, product designs, and package designs for a large and diverse clientele. Cheryl is also a New York State certified art teacher (K-12) and is currently teaching art on Long Island. She also taught undergraduate and graduate courses at Hofstra University.

Ms. Safren’s fine art is in many private and public collections including: Tallyn’s Reach Municipal Building, Aurora, CO; City Hall, Balatonfured, Hungary; Marine Biological Labs, Woods Hole, MA; Place Machine, Inc., (div. of Thyssen Industries, Germany) Troy, MI; Satco, Inc., Brentwood, NY; Florida State University, Psychology Building, Tallahassee, FL; University of Georgia, School of Forestry, Athens, GA; Hach Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa; Sienna College, Loundonville, NY; Teleflex Corporation; University of Maine, Dept. of Biochemistry, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Orono, ME; University of Montana, Skaggs Science Building; James L. Sorenson Molecular Biotechnology Building, University of Utah, Salt Lake City; Yuko Nii Foundation; Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, etc..

Pulse Magazine chose Ms. Safren as one of its 2008 VIP artists and did a feature on the artist’s work. Her chemistry on metal artwork was featured in the October 26, 2006 issue of Chemical and Engineering News and her work was included in Hyle: International Journal of Chemistry, special issue Aesthetics and Visualization in Chemistry, published in Germany in 2002. Also that year, she was interviewed in Hungary by Magyar television’s cultural station, and her work appeared in NY Arts magazine.

The artist was a guest speaker at American Chemical Society Southeast Regional Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 2008 she was a keynote speaker and exhibiting artist at the Art & Science Symposium organized by Adelphi University. In 2006, the Great Neck Art Center presented Percolations, a two-person exhibit that showcased the artist’s work. This was the artist’s fifteenth solo show. Others of note include: 2005, Chemistry on Copper at the Discovery Museum in Bridgeport, Ct., 1990 Interior Landscapes at the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington, DC and Chromachines at Lawrence Institute of Technology in Southfield, MI. She has participated in over a hundred juried art shows winning prizes and grants. The artist has also won and completed many commissions for corporate and governmental clients.

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