Winter weather has been rather mild outside Terrys studio windows, unlike the frosty view depicted in his work, In the Bleak Midwinter, done several years ago and shown above. Nevertheless, he has not spent much time outdoors as he busily prepares for this years edition of Charleston, South Carolinas big annual winter event, The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition which takes place in mid February. Terry will display about 20 new works during the Expo.
One of Terrys works, To the Open Sea, continues to travel with the year-long tour of the American Society of Marine Artists 17th National Exhibition, which will be on display at the Academy Art Museum in Easton, Maryland till the first of April. After that, the tour continues to Gainesville, Georgia and the Quinlan Visual Arts Center, opening there on April 13th.
A recent new book, Art
Journey Animals: A Collection of Inspiring Contemporary
Masterworks, published by North Light Books, is filled with
beautiful images produced by over 150 artists in a host of mediums
and styles, and includes three of Terrys drawings. Its
a beautiful coffee table book of over 220 pages and
a great addition to any library of art books.