Looking to capture small moments in life and stretch them through photography.
A native of New Jersey, Cheryl Bomba has been a resident of Mercer County for the past twenty years. A public school special education teacher and adjunct lecturer, Cheryl became involved with photography when she bought one of the first digital cameras and began making portraits of her students with autism. Since then, her interests have expanded to include capturing small moments in nature, architecture, and sculpture. Cheryl’s work has been juried into many local, regional and national exhibitions, including those at The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, the Monmouth Museum, the Pennsylvania Center for Photography, the Philadelphia Sketch Club and the Phillips’ Mill Community Association. Cheryl was the recipient of a Purchase Award in the 2013 “My Mercer: Mercer County Photography Exhibit” and her work is in the permanent collection of the Mercer County Cultural and Heritage Commission. Additionally, her work has won numerous awards. most often awards for creative interpretation of themes.
Cheryl is a member of Artists of Bristol on the Delaware, Belmar Arts, and the New Hope Art League. She is proud to be showing her work at the Centre for the Arts in Bristol, Pennsylvania as a resident artist.