2019 SOLO SHOWS Terry Teitelbaum

“Layers of color can be exposed or hidden, a changing mood like the weather. The image evolves catching a moment and revealing a new scene. Contrasts of shapes and colors from the past are now reconstructed in my painting. As an artist, I try to capture the texture and color from the different influences in my life that tell a story. My hope is that the energy and emotion of my work transmit that story to others.”

Inspired by spending summers on her grandmother’s farm, Terry Teitelbaum has always enjoyed the beauty of the natural landscape. Terry graduated from F.I.T. (Fashion Institute of Technology) and Pratt Institute with degrees in Fashion Design. The opportunity to expand her experience in a variety of textiles, textures and colors came through working with thousands of yards of fabric over the years. Those experiences along with frequent trips to the desert southwest and living in the beautiful foothills of the Green Mountains have helped sculpt her direction in painting. The early years of Terry’s career were in New York City designing Children’s Wear. After moving to Cambridge New York with her husband, to raise their family, she focused more on costume design and construction for two decades in the Theater Department at Bennington College. Currently, Terry creates texture and design through a variety of medium. Most days she can be found bringing design and beauty to one of her gardens, through culinary expression and most recently her pursuit of painting. Terry’s paintings have been exhibited at Saratoga Arts, Southern Vermont Art Center and the 2018 annual ASA “Landscapes For Landsake” show in Washington County, N.Y.

Click on each of Terry Teitelbaum’s pieces below to view titles, dimensions, and pricing. If you are interested in purchasing a piece of artwork, please call 802-362-1405, or email info@svac.org.