As summer unfolds, studio time has been occupied with preparations for fall exhibitions and shows, and with new works coming off the drawing board at a steady clip.
An early June journey to the mid-coastal shores of Maine resulted in some relaxing time away from the drawing board as well as a few days of reference gathering along those rocky shores and nestling harbors. Expect to see some marine-themed new works from this fresh reference in the months to come.
Opportunities to view several of Terrys works up close and personal include the traveling portion of the 2017 edition of the Woodson Art Museums flagship annual, Internationally respected exhibition, Birds in Art which is currently hanging at the Cumming Nature Center at the Rochester Museum of Science in Naples, New York before it travels to the Newington Cropsey Foundation, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York for an early September opening there.
Opening in late July (the 28th and hanging through late October), the 2018 edition of the Society of Animal Artists annual members exhibition, Art and the Animal, will be the inaugural exhibition at the newly opened James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art on the west coast of Florida in St. Petersburg. As noted at the top of this update, Terrys work, To Get to the Other Side, Of Course will be one of the works included in the exhibition, along with dozens and dozens of other fine works from the Societys membership.
Till the next update
in early fall, enjoy your summer!