I come from a long line of New England fine crafters – primarily weavers and woodworkers. Their creativity and loving attention to detail is reflected in the furniture, clocks, and coverlets that I still enjoy decades after they were first crafted. My ambition is to continue this fine craft legacy in my fiber arts studio.
I've enjoyed working with fabrics since I first learned to sew in junior high school. Over the years, I sewed primarily traditional fare – clothes, sails, curtains, quilts, stuffed animals, etc. However, more recently I've veered away from traditional sewing projects to experiment with fabric dyeing techniques, free-hand quilting and computer-generated fabric images.
“Life Station” – Encaustic (wax) landscape painting on wood.
Measures approximately 7.5″ x 7.5″ in.
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"The Meredith Fine Craft Gallery would like to welcome League-juried artist Terri Talas back to the gallery.
Talas’ vast art experience and background in natural sciences has allowed her to take a piece of the ancient past and bring it into the modern world. Her jewelry is hand-carved from ancient mammoth ivory found in Alaska and Siberia. Talas offers a wide variety of nature designs and ancient symbols, highly detailed and rich in color."
BROWSE TERRI TALAS
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