The summer months, passing quickly by, are a time for producing new work for fall shows, and Terrys studio time has been occupied to that end. Images of those new works will slowly be added to their respective pages here, so look in often to see newly completed and available works.
Opening in August and running through the month, several of Terrys works will be included in a very special gallery show at Trailside Galleries in Jackson, Wyoming. A co-sponsored showing of works by members of the Society of Animal Artists and that Jackson gallery will include two of his works, Ndugu damu (a drawing of two male lion brothers) being one of them.
Opening the second weekend of September, this years edition of their annual, world-recognized exhibition, Birds in Art, the Woodson Art Museum will feature Terrys work, Lisas Girls, depicting several feathery subjects taking a break from their barnyard scratching.
Also opening in September and running through November, Terrys work, The Last Day of Summer (spotlighting mourning doves) will be included in the 2017 edition of Art and the Animal, the members annual exhibition of the Society of Animal Artists to premier at the Blauvelt Museum in northern New Jersey, just across the Hudson from New York City.
Preparations for later
fall shows will continue through the end of the summer months
and news will be updated about those events in the next Fall
update here. Meanwhile, new works will also be added to showings
at both of his Maryland galleries, McBride in Annapolis and Troika
in Easton, so if in the area, stop in to see his work in person.