Terri Fridkin

MUSE Gallery will be closed from March 13th through March 31st

 We are concerned about the spread of the COVID-19 virus and the health of our patrons, visitors and the members of our cooperative gallery.

This is a challenging time in our community and we want to continue to inspire and share the power of art with our exhibitions. 
 
Our exhibition continues to be open by appointment.
Contact Martha Hope Carey - martha@anothermoon.org
Turning Point

carved wood, acrylic, hand cut recycled wood

10" x 17" x 2.5"

 

Be Mine

carved wood, acrylic, hand cut recycled wood

9" x 14" 2.5"

All Inclusive
All Inclusive (Space Fields)

carved wood, acrylic, hand cut recycled wood

9"x 25" x 2"

 

Double Connections

carved wood, acrylic, hand cut recycled wood

9" x 25" x 2.5"

HereTogether (United) 4

monotype, drypoint, collage

25" x 25"

HereTogether (United) 7

monotype, drypoint, collage

25" x 25"

HereTogether (United) 9

monotype, woodcut, drypoint, collage

25" x 25"

HereTogether (United) 1

monotype, drypoint, collage

25" x 25"

Color is power…it defines, enhances and unites to form and occupy space.  A bold palette, balanced structure and uncluttered compositions are core values in my abstract work.  In Double-Space, I bring two vibrant bodies of non-objective work together in one space using different mediums; mixed media prints and painted wall objects.  Both originate from printmaking and are focused on vivid color with a strong relationship to geometry.  They reflect my minimal and graphic sensibility which embraces my gravitation towards order.

My mixed technique prints consist of monotype, woodcut and drypoint with collage.  My three-dimensional wood wall objects are carved and painted, with the addition of hand cut recycled wood.  The processes begin to manifest with one hue, which then leads to a dance between color relationships and variations in shape, line and composition.  These harmonious and minimal aesthetics are a means to counteract and reduce the chaos and noise in our world today.  Without a predetermined outcome, I work till the print or painting reveals itself.  When this is achieved, I know my art has taken me to a place that inspires me.