This series is about the conscious and the subconscious, yin and yang, micro and macro imagery and how they interact with each other. It’s about the concept of positive and negative, what’s above and what’s below. Split horizons inspired by ice and sky, water, and weather.
Terri Moore lives and works in an old school house in the Hudson Valley, N.Y. Inspired by nature, migratory patterns, global warming, ice, environmental changes, and anthropological textures, she works in oil, graphite, charcoal and watercolor.
These pieces are simultaneously monumental and intimate. Monumental in their reference to anthropological ice, global warming, and the resulting shifting patterns of weather currents and intimate in their beauty of color resonance, translucence, patterning and reference to consciousness.
The Swarm series studies the patterns and movements of murmurations; flocks of birds in migration, moving as a singular unit.
Cellular level imagery
The changing landscape