Cheryl Sorg’s collages and installations are inspired by the natural world, at times referencing the layers of the earth, rings of a tree, the sun, sky, clouds and rain. She uses a range of materials, including colorful tape and dichroic film, which create the effect of changing colors when viewed from different perspectives. The materials of her pieces interact with light, through shine, reflection, iridescence and color-shifting qualities. Her raining upward installation is comprised of hundreds of translucent plastic hand-cut raindrops set against a dark sky. For an endless battle of contrasting memories, Sorg collaged hundreds of circular photos of clouds alternating with circles of iridescent dichroic film to create a shimmering pattern that has the effect of constantly shifting color and tone.