Join artist Terri Fraser live from the Hunterdon Art Museum for an in-depth look at the works featured in her solo Member Highlight Exhibition, and how COVID-19 shaped a transition in how she approaches creating work, which relies on feelings towards reminiscences, nature, and the mundane.
We encourage you to engage throughout this casual talk with Fraser. Questions can be asked at any time during the program.
Fraser, like many artists, strives to find the essence, the soul, "the magic," that allows for truth to unimpededly flow and channel into the work. According to Fraser, there are times when the elements of truth are clear and shared through the painting or sculpture, while in other instances, because remembrances are not always clear, that expanding truth results in a more abstract work of art with an elusive tangibility.
Admittance into over 40 shows; solo, member, and juried, as well as achieving awards including several Best In Show, Fraser largely focuses on oil painting but enjoys working on three-dimensional pieces from time to time. Fraser lives among the tall trees at her home and studio in Hunterdon County, NJ.