Don't make the same mistake we did by walking past one of Oberlin's newer storefronts Verité Stained Glass. Sheree Farrato-Keron is one of the area's premier glass artists and once you walk into her shop you will be blown away by the beautiful array of not only stained glass art pieces but many other art forms as well. Sheree has a love of teaching and she and her staff offer classes. Stop by and see just what we mean.
For a history of 11 South Main Street please click on this link to the Oberlin Heritage Center.
One of Ohio’s premier stained glass artists, Sheree Ferrato is the owner of Verité Stained Glass, Inc. located at 11 South Main Street in Oberlin. Her studio offers clients and students a glimpse into her work and the opportunity to learn about glass through her classes.
While art is her passion, art education is her focus. Sheree has been teaching for 20 years,most recently with The Center for Arts Inspired Learning (Young Audiences), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to “help make the arts an essential part of young people’s education.” Sheree also teaches at many local school districts within their art and science programs.
Besides her studio collection, Sheree’s artwork is seen throughout the community with her donated pieces to the Avon Library, Ireland Cancer Center in Lorain, North Ridgeville Library, the South Lorain Library, as well as Parma General Hospital among others.
Sheree’s credentials are extensive, covering a 40 year career. She studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art, attended seminars in Arizona, California, Colorado and New Mexico. She apprenticed for 4 years under renowned artist Narcissus Quagliata in San Francisco. She has used these experiences and knowledge to develop her amazing work and in helping people enjoy art as much as she does.