By WCPL, Press Release
Friday, September 27th, 2013 8:00 AM CST
Teri Bybee will exhibit her art in the Porter Café at the Main Library starting Tuesday, October 1.
Teri D. Bybee, a native of Southern California, is a formally trained artist creating multimedia award winning works in her adopted hometown of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Teri is a Vietnam Era and Cold War veteran who served in the Active Army and Kentucky Army Nation Guard. She is a graduate of Western Kentucky University majoring in Fine Art (BFA). Teri shares her joy of creating with special populations through private one on one lessons and her affiliation with Easter Seals and VSA Kentucky. She also teaches private lessons with children and adults.
“The work I create are products of my spiritual life and a deep appreciation of the temporal world in which I live,” says Bybee. “Rather than seeing myself as the master of my media, I accept that I am a partner of it.”
This exhibit features twelve works. Seven are multimedia assemblages; two works are mixed media on paper showing the artist’s spiritual connection with trees. There are also three works on canvas using acrylic paint.
Terry Caturano exhibit will open Tuesday, October 1, at the Bob Kirby Branch. Her exhibit will feature watercolors, acrylics, pen and ink and calligraphy, and monoprints.
The Kim Soule exhibit will continue at the Smiths Grove Branch until October 28. The photography of Caleb Swanson will continue at the Bob Kirby Branch through the month of October.