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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215


Sherrie Gallerie is a Contemporary Art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. We specialize in three-dimensional contemporary art including glass, ceramics, wood, fiber, mixed media, and art jewelry.

Melinda Rosenberg

Small X's, 9x9x4 in each


Luminescent Marble, maple, found stick, porch fence, 65x7x5 in


Form 28, aniline dyes and paint on pine and quilted maple, 37x7x2 in


X - 77, shutter and paint on pine, 16x23x6 in


Cactus Canoe, cholla hull, paint on curly maple, ply and chip board, 48x7x5 in


Croquet Boat, croquet sticks, and  paint on ash, 57x6x2 in


X - 82, baseboard, aniline dyes on ash, pine and found wood, 16x22x6 in


Small Croquet Boat, stick, cedar, found wood and croquet mallet,  25x4x3 in


Canoe 32, cholla hull, paint on curly maple, ply and chip board, 45x8x3 in


X - 80, paint on pine, bed rail and found wood, 17x23x6 in


Love Seat 2, chair, found wood, and painted pine, 18x27x3 in

Shutter 1, aniline dyes and paint on pine, shutter and barn siding, 30x40x9 in

Loving You Back, chair back, oak, and christmas tree, 47x18x5 in

X-72, aniline dyes and paint on pine and found wood, 13x15x5 in

X with Gray Edge, aniline dyes and paint on pine found wood, 13x15x5 in, SOLD


Sprouts, found wood, 10x10x10 in (each piece, not including roots)


Skin, poplar and barn siding, 21x19x5 in each

Twig, paint on cedar and twig, 17x3x2 in, SOLD


Boat 29, paint on barn siding and stick, 18x4x2 in


Hooked Stick, paint on found wood, 23x5x2 in

artist info

Melinda Rosenberg has shown extensively in the Midwest and is represented by Sherrie Gallerie in Columbus, Ohio.  Her work is in the collection of Hilton Hotels and The Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority, University of Toledo, Glimcher Reality Trust in Columbus, Ohio, Richard M. Ross Art Museum at Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio, Rush Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, Huntington Mortgage Company, Worthington, Ohio, the Columbus Metropolitan Libraries, Nationwide Insurance Company and Huntington National Bank and many others.  She was just awarded an Individual Artist Grant for 2015 from the Ohio Arts Council and a professional development grant from the Greater Columbus Arts Council.   In 2014 her work was awarded the Yassenoff Family Award for Excellence and the piece Nine Books was the feature image on the poster for the exhibition “Best of 2014” .  She resides in Worthington with her husband, Steve and daughter, Amelia.  She received her BAE and MFA from The Ohio State University and studied Chinese Language at Fu Jen University in Taipei, Taiwan.  She travels, hikes and camps throughout the country – always on the lookout for a good piece of wood.