Artworks
Mixed Media and Floral Art
2014
acrylic painting
12"x16" on archival canvas board, reformatted to 9x16" for printing.
2016
Charcoal and chalk on paper
2015
mixed media
2016
Charcoal and chalk on paper
2015
Mixed Media and Floral Art
2012
Mixed Media Installation, Performance.
2016
mixed media, Immersive Theater.
2016
Fluorescent (Black Light) Acylic Paint
2017
Mixed Media and Acrylic Painting
2011
Mixed Media and Floral Art
April 30 - May 3.
2015
Public Art, Mixed Media and Floral Art
2016
Charcoal Sketch
2016
Installation
2015
acrylic painting
12"x16" on archival canvas board, reformatted to 9x16" for printing.
2016
acrylic painting
12"x16" on archival canvas board, reformatted to 9x16" for printing.
2016
Mixed Media and Floral Art
2013
acrylic painting
12"x16" on archival canvas board, reformatted to 9x16" for printing.
2016

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  • Terri Ristow updated the Artwork Theater Props
    Some of the props I have made for various theater productions.
  • Some of my favorite prop food items I have made for various theater productions.
  • Terri Ristow updated the Artwork Opera Glasses Art
    Made for the Minnesota Opera Gala Art Glasses Project. I based my art theme on the opera Madame Butterfly. The box is a re-purposed jewelry case that I painted and lined with rose petals and leaves. The poem on the inner lid is from Madame Butterfly: I'll return with the roses, the warm and sunny season, when the red-breasted robins, are busy nesting.
  • Terri Ristow updated the Artwork Aaron
    Vine charcoal sketch on newsprint.
  • Aleijadinho (b. Antônio Francisco Lisboa; 1730 or 1738 – November 18, 1814) was an 18th century Brazilian sculptor of religious statuary. By 1777 he began to show the signs of a debilitating disease -possibly leprosy or scleroderma- and received the nick name "o[b] [/b]Aleijadinho" ("The Little Cripple”). Although disfigured and disabled, he continued sculpting with a chisel and hammer tied to his fingerless hands, while climbing his ladder on the stumps of his amputated legs. It was said t…
  • Art in Bloom is an annual event where artists create floral interpretations inspired by the art at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. I chose to interpret 'Dear Diary--Never Since We Left Prague’ in honor of the artist Leonora Carrington, who passed away in 2011. 'Dear Diary' at first appears to be monochromatic, but closer observation reveals hints of red, yellow, and blue/green under painting. Mysterious pale figures gather in a visual line across the canvas while ghostly winged creatures fli…
  • Terri Ristow updated the Artwork Theater Props
    Some of the props I have made for various theater productions.
  • Art in Bloom 2014: Mami Wata figure, gallery 250 (Africa) at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Mami Wata figures appear as mermaids, but are sometimes depicted with snakes instead of a tail as shown in this sculpture. Patrons and worshipers of Mami Wata leave her luxury items with the hope that she will grant good luck, wealth, and love in return. But she can also wreck havoc on your life if you anger her.
  • "Art in Bloom 2016": It's not too often that my floral arrangement process begins with "Empty ammo out of ammo can". This year my chosen artwork -Peace Concluded- is a painting depicting a wounded soldier and his family at the end of the Crimean War. The family is comfortable, weary, relieved. But war is timeless and peace, like flowers, is fleeting. So this year I acknowledged the timeless aspect of war, and paid tribute to soldiers and veterans. Along with the WWII ammo can there are VFW budd…
  • Aleijadinho (b. Antônio Francisco Lisboa; 1730 or 1738 – November 18, 1814) was an 18th century Brazilian sculptor of religious statuary. By 1777 he began to show the signs of a debilitating disease -possibly leprosy or scleroderma- and received the nick name "o[b] [/b]Aleijadinho" ("The Little Cripple”). Although disfigured and disabled, he continued sculpting with a chisel and hammer tied to his fingerless hands, while climbing his ladder on the stumps of his amputated legs. It was said t…