Cherí Landry received her bachelor in Fine Arts from Towson University. After graduation she worked full-time for the Gomez Gallery and assisted in the launch of Heineman-Myers Contemporary. She then moved on to become the Program Director for the non-profit organization Art With a Heart. In 2006 Landry accepted a position as the Director of Gallery Imperato, building a strong presence in the Baltimore art scene. After a long streak of noteworthy exhibitions she began laying the foundation for Divergence Fine Art. DFA emerged in 2010 as a combination of her experiences in two vastly different areas of the art world. The mission: To assist, guide, inform, educate, excite and inspire. Through DFA she is able to offer support and guidance to artists and collectors while continuing to show and sell cutting-edge artwork.