The Littleton Museum is pleased to present Full Circle: Works by Terry Maker, on view June 29 to August 19, 2018. Located in the Fine Arts Gallery at 6028 South Gallup Street, visitors can explore over 35 artworks that illustrate Maker’s distinctive material compositions, and investigate unusual forms of mark making and structural arrangements.
One of Colorado’s premier contemporary artists, Terry Maker has ignited audiences with irresistibly tactile wall reliefs and free standing sculptures. Through a labor-intensive process of shredding, cutting, and recombining everyday materials, she creates richly imagined objects that evoke both inner and outer space, while preserving a sense of memory and remembrance inherent in those reassembled things.
Driving these unique transformations is a sense of wonder about the world, and a confidence that viewers will experience something new.
Hailing from Abilene, Texas, Terry Maker received her MFA from CU Boulder in 1983. She has exhibited at galleries and museums locally and regionally for the past 35 years.
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