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, - Cathedral House Gallery, Bishop Jones Center
San Antonio, Texas - 210.824-5387San Antonio Art League & Museum- San Antonio, Tx.
San Antonio, Texas - 210-223-1140Recent Blog PostsGlory in the Garden Poster-Flyer sm (CMY...Posted on 3/17/2016 9:52:02 PMBiography
As a seeker and a dreamer, the art muse has been with me since childhood. Fortunately art became my career path, as an artist and a professor of art. My work is fueled by indefatigable curiosity, spirituality, meditation and travel. Sketching is a favorite way to collect ideas for my work. It is distinguishable by an emotional approach to color and design. I want to share my everyday observations about life through art, picking the medium that best matches the project that I have in mind. Each piece is a puzzle to be resolved. Art is a universal language, and telling visual stories with symbols and shapes is the way I communicate. Artists see the world differently, and this is how I share my point of view.
Terry Gay PuckettTerry Gay has works in her studio at home in San Antonio, Texas producing paintings and vitreous enamel pieces. 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 " [...]Read the rest of this bio on the
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