At an early age I studied dance, fascinated with the beauty that could be created so easily, emotions that could be expressed in utter silence. When I began to study photography in 1993, I was naturally drawn to figurative images. The human body provides an endless supply of artistic options. I will never tire of capturing the line of a hip, or an abstraction of limbs. Though I sometimes foray into nature abstractions, they still convey a sense of movement.
Every element of my images began as one of my photographs and through the magic of technology has become digital art. Not a slow process, each piece takes days and sometimes weeks to complete. The final product is printed on Ultra-Fine Mat paper and over laid with acid free white mat board. Multiple print sizes are available, framed and unframed.
Read an interview with Teri to find out more about her work.