OIL ON CANVAS, SIGNED
20 X 16 INCHES
SIGNED WITH HER MARRIED NAME JOHNSON
EXHIBITED AT THE FINDLEY GALLERY IN CHICAGO
Terry was a Florida watercolorist, sculptor and mail artist. She was married to artist Ben Johnson, they lived in Woddstock New York, after his death she moved to Florida.
Terry considered herself to be a self taught artist, but she held two art degrees: a BA at SUNY, New Paltz; and an MFA at University of Miami (1975).
Her still life and landscape paintings impart a living, vibrant quality as reflected in work she created during an Ossabaw Island Foundation Residency (1980).
Her work has been collected by Joseph Hirshhorn, Guggenheim Museum, New York University and the Eternal Network Mail Art Archive. She exhibited at the Findel Gallery in Chicago, the Corcoran Gallery of Art and the Whitney Museum.
Her works were also exhibited at the 1982 Sao Paulo Biennale.