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  • Terri Malec

    United States

    Art Brokerage: Terri Malec American Artist: Terri Malec, a Virginia native, was educated in the Fine Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond; and Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. Great, great uncle WW. Denslow, famous illustrator of the Wizard of Oz books, was the hereditary link and inspiration for her artistic talent. Growing up with his books and family stories from her grandmother, she wanted to become an artist, and spent much of her spare time drawing her favorite subjects: horses and dogs. She also penned and illustrated several children's books during her teenage years. The allure of the west eventually drew her to the Pacific Northwest of Oregon and Washington. She began a journey to capture its abundant wildlife in paint and bronze sculpture. Over the years, while raising three children, and numerous pets of all descriptions, living in Joseph, Oregon, Anacortes, Washington and the Virginia hunt country, Terri was captivated by the wildlife of those beautiful areas. She took her observations in the wild to the studio where she focused on movement and expressive personality of her subjects. An avid bird watcher, Terri's avian subjects are graceful and colorful, and she tries to bring the feel of the fields and marshland to each sculpture. Her birds reside in gardens, pools, and places of honor in collectors homes. Herons have been a popular, recurring subject, and they abound in her work over the years. Equine subjects are still a passion and sculptures of galloping horses with flowing manes and high spirits have been consistent in her work; as well as commissioned portraits of champion horses have been a popular and sought after subject. Listings wanted.

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