Sherrill uses a host of tools to sculpt his works in metal, glass, and clay.
The glass snake is part of a piece that is now in the Museum of Glass in Washington.
Hearts a Bustin' (detail)
For years, Sherrill worked primarily in clay, and invented Mudtools out of necessity.
Temple of the Cool Beauty
Though mixed media sculptures are his primary focus, Sherrill still enjoys throwing functional works on the wheel.
Mudtools is a line up pottery tools Sherrill invented and sells worldwide from an online store.
Sherrill in his Bat Cave studio
Sherrill smooths a detail for one of his botanical sculptures.
Sherrill's sculpted flowers look delicately real.
Glazed, textured cups await their turn in the kiln.
As with most artists, ideas begin at the drawing board.