Cheyenne Trunnell has aspired to be an artist since she was 12 years old. Her work has always had a spiritual undercurrent. No matter the subject of choice, she looks for the breath of the spirit and seeks to depict the ever present indwelling of truth. After graduating with her Masters degree, her work began to focus on the correlation between the healing aspect of art and nature.
Cheyenne's paintings have many layers of paint rich with texture and meaning. In 2008, upon her grandfather’s passing, she found a renewed desire to create art that soothes the worn and tattered soul. Her focus has become to find the sacred in the midst of chaos - to slow down to see the magnificent, intricacy of God's design - to be still long enough to hear the spirit speak and stir the depths of your soul.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from East Tennessee State University. She graduated with her Masters in Art Therapy from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.