Framed Gallery
African American Art
Framed Gallery
African American Art

Cheryl Derricotte

Cheryl  Derricotte  is a visual artist and her favorite mediums are glass and paper. Originally from Washington, DC, she lives and makes art in San Francisco, CA.

She has an extensive background in the arts and community development. Cheryl holds the Master of Fine Arts from the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), the Master of Regional Planning from Cornell University and a B.A. in Urban Affairs from Barnard College, Columbia University.  

Her awards include a Hemera Foundation Tending Space Fellowship for Artists; the Rick and Val Beck Scholarship for Glass; Emerging Artist at the Museum of the African Diaspora; Gardarev Center Fellow; Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass’ Visionary Scholarship and a D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities/ National Endowment for the Arts Artist Fellowship Grant.


  • Gala Slaves on Board the H.M.S Daphne
    Kiln-Formed Glass
    8x10
    $756
  • Any Work The Slaves May Choose
    Framed
    Monotype
    11x14
    $530
  • Old Time "Mammy"
    Framed
    Monotype
    11x14
    $530
  • The Fleet of Don Alvaro de Mendana
    Framed
    Monotype
    11x14
    $530