Kerehona had her first group exhibition in 2014 at the Chop Shop's event called One Night Only, where she produced a series called State of Being which focused on different human emotions when confronted with grief or knowledge. She then went on to do a group exhibition at Sanchos Dirty Laundry located in Braddon in 2014 called Have You Seen Me?
She was heavily involved in the 2015 Art Not Apart festival, where she was involved in two exhibitions held at Westside on March 14th. One of these exhibitions was called Shards of Humanity and explored the different paths humanity can take, whilst brushing on religious and technological themes. The other exhibition was called Reclamation – Engage in a bold f*minist dialogue which offered contemporary notions of reclamation of the female body. Faith specifically focused on violence against women in this work.On December 4th 2015 Kerehona showcased her art at the RAW: Uprising Showcase at Belconnen Arts Centre.
She has also done live street art for Art not Apart 2015 and 2017, Cream Festival 2017, Spilt Milk 2017 and Groove in the Moo 2017 and 2016. She has done various commissions for businesses such as ONA Coffee in Fyshwick and Sanchos Dirty Laundry. As well as businesses she is a professional Muralist under the company Graffik Paint and independently under ‘Faith Kerehona’. Through this she has done various commissions for the government, such as the 2017 Braddon Block Party, 2015 Tuggeranong Hyperdome, 2015 Street Art Party and 2017 Woden ‘Lift off’ event.
Faith is concerned with the younger generation of street artists and a proper representation of female street artists in a male dominated field. In 2016 she ran a workshop for 80 year 5 students at Latham Primary School where she showed them spray-painting techniques and encouraged them to pursue and recognise street art as an artform applicable to all genders.