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Terri MeyerPainter and Sculptor
Ashland Ohio 44805 United Stateshome
Artist, entrepreneur, Terri Meyer has been a painter, sculptor and business owner for over 20 years. Her style is traditional and representational with a contemporary flair. Painting and sculpting from life is her passion. She strives to continue improving in art mastery, sharing her journey with those who appreciate the dedication and perseverance it takes to translate life into art. When you stop and embrace nature it will reveal it’s splendor beyond what words can describe. It’s translating this beauty into successful paintings that makes the art experience spiritual.
Associate of Applied Science – Wright State University
Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Maryland
ART WORKSHOPS (Informal Education)
Portraits – Daniel Greene, Sharon Weaver, Marvin Mattelson, Judith Carducci, Rose Frantzen, Peggie Habets, Joseph Daily, and Dino Massaroni.
Life Drawing – Dr. Dennis Drummond
Sculpture – Tim Bearie, Lynne Forbes, Alan Cottrill, Phillippe Faraut and Andrea Connell
Plein Air Painting– Diane Maxey, Debra Dawson, Kenn Backhaus, Fred Graff, and John Cosby
Watercolor – Robert Moyer, Don Andrews, Cathy Welner, Mel Stabin, Fred Graff, and Juki Hall
Magazine – Decorate With Paint – Ceiling the Deal, featuring Murals by Terri Meyer
Magazine Cover – Portrait of a Pear – Heart of Ohio Cover Fall 2010
Magazine – Freestyle – A Work in Progress – July 2008
Ashland Times Gazette – Front Page Articles January 2007 and December 2019
Heart of Ohio Magazine – Spring 2010 and Spring 2017,
New Day Cleveland – Fox 8 TV Segment October 7, 2011, Featuring the Creative Chateau Gallery
Artist at Work, Cable 9 Television, October 2013, Featuring a live bust sculpture of TV Host Carole Medherst by Artist Terri Meyer
2018 Spring Spotlight: Ohio Military and Veteran Women Artists at the Ohio Governor’s Residence. Featuring 4 military bust sculptures by Terri Meyer.
Healing Through the Arts Festival July 2008, a local art festival fund raiser for Hospice and Fire Fighters First of Ashland hosted at the Creative Chateau Gallery
“Inspire Your Walls”, a program to promote local artists by installing original artwork in businesses around the community.
In addition she has hosted numerous Fund Raising Wine/Art events at the Creative Chateau Gallery.
Striking a Pose, 2019-2020 A community art program that encourages the residents of Kingston of Ashland Assisted Living to sit as live models for local artist to paint. Enriching their lives with vibrant portraits to be shared with friends and family. See the portrait gallery.
Seeing Byers Woods Through an Artist Lens, Oct-Nov 2020, a community art program, partnering with the Ashland Parks District, Local Artists, and the Uniontown Brewing Company, showcasing the beautiful parks, skilled artists and fine restaurants of Ashland county.
Ohio Plein Air
Portrait Artist of Mid Ohio
Lakeside Chautauqua 2019, Laura Werden Lakeside Award, People’s Choice Award
Crawford County Bratwurst Festival Art Show 2019 – Best in Show
Military Veteran Art Show, Columbus, OH March 2020– First Place in Oils
Art has always been an integral part of my life since I was a child. It was my escape and “happy place” when I didn’t understand or was stressed by the world around me. The creative process calms my soul and connects me with spiritual side of life. Creating is the way I share my life with others and it is through this lens that people begin to understand who I am. On the outside I am a no nonsense type of person, on the inside I am sensitive, deeply compassionate, and caring.
My art training has come from practice, persistence, studying under well established artists, art books and videos. Learning is the cornerstone of my artistic journey. We all have gifts to share with each other, mine is creativity. I hope to inspire you to find your path that brings joy to your soul and that you too will share it with others.