A WOODLAND STORY
Terry's work is primarily acrylic on primed canvas stretched over 1 ¾” deep stretcher bars. His images are a product of a life formed by Native culture. The teepee pieces are an attempt to show the love of home, and the people's place in it. The animal pieces are illustrations of Native people's profound respect for all life not just the human version. The figures represent our possible selves in a sacred interaction with the whole of creation.