2017 looks set to be a year to remember for Sherree if 2016
was anything to go by, and we are thrilled that she is visiting
Clarendon Fine Art, Cobham during her busy schedule.
When she was commissioned by Champagne Bollinger
and her painting was then used as the centrepiece of their
summer campaign in association with Royal Ascot, it was
concrete evidence of her unique social cachet in the art
world. There was more to come however, and as the year
drew to a close she revealed that the organisers of The
Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebration event in May 2016
commissioned a painting from her as a birthday gift for
Her Majesty. Widely regarded as the UK’s foremost society
artist, Sherree was an inspired choice. The commissioned
painting shows the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in
the setting of Windsor Home Park.
After being invited to attend a private reception at Windsor
Castle where the painting was presented to Her Majesty,
Sherree said she was “thrilled and honoured” to receive
this commission. She has exhibited at numerous museums
and public galleries throughout the UK including the Tate
Gallery, Barbican and the Lord’s Museum and we look
forward to welcoming her back to Clarendon Fine Art.