As a seeker and a dreamer, the art muse has been with me since childhood Following my heart, it became my career path, as an artist and a professor of art. My work is fueled by indefatigable curiosity, spirituality, meditation and travel. It is distinguishable by an emotional approach to color and design. I want to share my everyday observations about life through art media. I am interested in art as a universal language, and telling visual stories with symbols and shapes. Artists see the world differently, and it is fun to share my point of view.
Terry Gay Puckett Born in Amarillo, Terry Gay works in her studio at home in San Antonio, Texas producing paintings and enamel work. She is honored to have been chosen as Artist of the Year 2009 at the San Antonio Art League and Museum, and was the 63rd artist to be selected. In December 2009 her work was in Glass on Metal Magazine, and a piece of her enameling work is in the collection of the Thompson Enamel Inc.in Bellevue, Kentucky as of January 2010. Her work was included in the fall of 2010 and 2011 in "Reflections," a magazine published by the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas. She was a featured artist in "Behold: Arts for the Church Year Magazine" in 2011. Twenty five pieces of her work were chosen for the January 2013 opening of the new Robert B. Green UHS Clinical Pavillion in San Antonio, Texas. Her work was included in 2015 in "Alchemy 3," the International Enamelist Society's juried traveling exhibition. in 2016 her mixed media painting " Mesquite Tree Fantasia" is featured in an article by Patsy Croft, editor of Acrylic Artist Magazine, spring issue.
She has won awards for painting, mixed media, collage and vitreous enamels on metal. Her enamel work has been exhibited in France, Argentina, Honduras and Spain, and in many venues in the United States. Her liturgical processional enamel pieces can be seen at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in San Antonio, Texas, and a large Cross of Celebration was added to the liturgical art in the baptismal area at St. Luke's in the fall of 2015. Two of her paintings are included in the Amarillo High School art collection. Her work is in the San Antonio Art League and Museum permanent collection, and has been purchased by Texas A & M and Prairie View College. A painting of the McNay Patio is in the docent's collection at the McNay Museum of Art. A piece of her work is buried in a time capsule at the San Antonio Museum of Art, with other San Antonio artists, to be opened in the distant future. Puckett has taught workshops in Guatemala, Mexico, Ecuador, and HEB Foundation's Creativity Week at Laity Lodge in Leaky, Texas. Her teaching career began at the Southwest School for Art and Crafts. In the late 1970's she became an instructor for St. Philip's College, co-founded the visual arts program, and retired in 1999 as a professor emeritus from the art department. She was a pioneer in teaching art on the internet, specializing in art appreciation and drawing courses after retirement. Scholastic credentials include an M.A. from The University of Texas at San Antonio, an M.A. from West Texas A&M in Canyon, Texas and a B.F.A. from the University of Texas in Austin. She also attended Mount Vernon College, now part of George Washington University in Washington D.C., St. Mary's University, and the University of Colorado at Boulder. Memberships include The Texas Watercolor Society (Purple Sage Brush,) The International Enamelist Society, The Fiber Artists of San Antonio, The San Antonio Art League and Museum, and The Gentileschi Ageis Gallery Association.
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