Location: United States
Terri Einer is a Contemporary Impressionist creating deliciously bold, colorful renditions of still life, flowers, critters, landscapes and abstracts in a few happy strokes. Terri’s quirky, loose lines, together with her carefree pen squiggles, create scenes that truly comes to life.
Primarily working in acrylics, she has been known to sketch out an impromptu caricature and has recently been dabbling in pastels. Her current style, very loose and colorful, is completely self-taught. She loves to paint very fast, completing most pieces in approximately 1 hour.
The main goal in her creations is simple; to bring a smile. One of her paintings, “Hurry Home” was recently purchased to hang in an Arizona Cancer Center with the sole purchase of spreading a little joy to its patients. Terri says that is her reward. “When I see people walk up to my paintings and watch the smiles that light up their faces, it makes my day.”
• WoodWalk Gallery, Egg Harbor, WI
• Foxley's Gallery, Appleton, WI
• Seranya Art Boutique, Plymouth, WI
• Dig Garden Center, Ripon, WI
• Bloch’s Farm, Green Lake, WI
• Shiloh, Princeton, WI
Best of Houzz: January 2018
Published and Licensed through: Penny Lane Publishing, New Carlisle, OH
Honorable Mention, Flora & Fauna, Bauhaus Prairie Art Gallery, April 2018
Public Art Project Award Winner, ArtSpire 2017, La Crosse, WI
Special Merit Award, LightSpace and Time, Abstracts, 2017, online venue
People’s Choice, Artisan Award, Art in the Garden 2016, Oshkosh, WI
Best in Show, Wade House Arts Fair, August 2015
Award of Merit, Art in the Garden 2015, Oshkosh, WI
Meritorious Award, Still Life and Floral, Richeson Art School & Gallery, Kimberly, WI
Featured Artist, Appleton Monthly, December 2016
Featured Artist: Arts Business Institute, March 2016
Featured Artist: Artwork Reveal Magazine, Issue #11, January 2016
Featured Artist: Artsy Shark, Oct. 2015
Featured Artist: Empty Easel Online News, Feb. 2015
My "critters" are whimsical and full of personality. Designed to bring you and your visitors smiles.
Bessie is an example of my most popular "critter" painting: the Holstein cow. Current available inventory can be found on my website: http://www.terrieiner.com/critters
Another example of my popular farm critters, the pig. Current inventory of available paintings can be found on my website: http://www.terrieiner.com/critters
Critters are my niche and I love to create their personalities. Current available inventory can be found on my website: http://www.terrieiner.com/critters
My florals are very loose with spontaneous brush strokes, drips and splatters. I normally do not paint a certain flower, but let the colors lead me through the painting.
This is an example of how I paint an abstract background and let the paints define where the flowers emerge. Current available inventory can be found on my website: http://www.terrieiner.com/florals
Some of my florals are whimsical. I start by selecting a color combination that I like and let the paints flow. Current available inventory can be found on my website: http://www.terrieiner.com/florals