Using more than paint, canvas, and wood.


Photo above: Terry Brennan.

Terry Brennan of Saint Helena Island is will be exhibiting his “The Sum of My Parts” career retrospective at Gallery USCB Center for the Arts at 805 Carteret Street in Beaufort.

COVER ARTS - TERRY 2Terry says, “In this show I am opening up my personal collection of works that I have created over the past 20 plus years. It is a glimpse into my creative journey that has led to the current process of 3 dimensional mixed media sculpture.”

You, the viewer will see the influences of artists such as Picasso and Jean-Michael Basquait in some of my paintings throughout the years. I have also been strongly inspired by the events in our world as a whole, as well as the community and environment of the places I have called home. I have included works that take on my view of tragedy, loss, love, war, and the sheer beauty of the natural world around us.”

“As an artist, I continue to grow and expand my vocabulary. Not through words but through paint, canvas, wood, and objects cast off from society. I look to nurture the creative parts of myself to become a greater artist and member of the world community as a whole. I want to be greater than the sum of my parts and share my inward significances.”

USCB gallery exhibit is free and open to the public Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and during scheduled performances. For more information on the exhibition, contact Wendy Brennan by email at artisttreestudio@hotmail.com or by phone at 843-592-1849.

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