Sherry Lemke engages Milwaukee’s diversity on the individual level.
“From the very first moment Sherry spoke with me about the project, I could sense the sincerity and honesty that she would bring to her vision…I believe that this also will be a powerful statement to the youth of tomorrow to really learn to appreciate their community and to take the time to stop and find the desire to want to know more about their fellow man.”– Michael Pink, Artistic Director Milwaukee Ballet
“The exhibition by Sherry Lemke, “Many Faces|One Humanity”, does in one show,what city leaders and state officials have been unable to do, and that is to capture and celebrate a Milwaukee that is real, active and quite different from public perception.”
“Sherry’s work, while appealing to a broad audience, has the potential to speak to all people about their ability and obligation to help create a more welcoming and open community in the years to come. It can also serve as an inspiration for those who seek to break down real or imagined stereotypes about the opportunity for all people in our community to achieve and succeed.” — Joel Brennan, President & CEO, Discovery World