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Longtime Georgia Magazine Art Director Cheri Wranosky (BFA ’84) retired in January after more than 20 years of service. She joined UGA in 1989 as a design and production manager and later began designing the Georgia Alumni Record, the precursor to GM. In 1994, her supervisor noted that “Cheri’s generosity in dealing with others helps the whole department work together.” That remained true for the rest of her career at UGA. In retirement Cheri will divide her time between family and her work in ceramic figurative sculpture, which explores the human condition as we react and interact with the surrounding environment and often includes found and recycled objects. (See her work at http://www.cheriwranosky.com.) Cheri has exhibited at numerous juried shows, most recently at the Oconee (Ga.) Cultural Arts Foundation, the Macon Arts Alliance and the Limner Gallery in Hudson, N.Y.