Sheryl has always has a creative streak. As a teenager in the 80s, she started a small business making and selling accessories such as legwarmers, bow ties, and fingerless gloves. She has designed and made knitwear, handbags, and evening gowns, and now makes bold, audacious statement jewelry.

During the pandemic, she tried her hand at various artistic mediums and became enthralled with creating digital art via print on demand companies that put art on a selection of things such as clothing and household items.

Sheryl trained as a chef at George Brown College where she also completed a program in event planning. She has run a concert production company, an indie record label, and a vintage clothing store. She is the author of three books and is currently working on a mystery novel set in Toronto in the 1920s. Visit her main website SherylKirby.com for more info or to read some of her work.

She currently runs the Toronto Dark Arts Market, an artisan marketplace dedicated to the wonderfully weird where her jewellery can be purchased in person.

Get in touch with Sheryl at: contact at sherylkirbycreates dot com