Terry Karloff                   BlackBoxTheater

 

Visual Arts Society of Texas (VAST) member Terry Karloff, is currently exhibiting photographs in the VAST Outside the Box exhibit at the POINTBank Black Box Performing Arts Theatre through October 9.

Terry Karloff; a self-taught photographer, has been doing photography since 2004. She currently lives with her husband and “fur children”, 3 border collies and 1 dachshund. Born in Pennsylvania, she has lived in Georgia and California before moving to Texas in 2004.

While her education is in medicine, she wanted to accomplish her life’s ambition and wanted to “re-invent” herself doing something she had a passion for all her life and that was photography. Most of her experience has been self-taught although she received tutoring from Denton photographer, Tom Judd.

As a current member of VAST she has shown her work at various locations in north Texas including Oxide Gallery, UNT Cora Stafford Gallery, The Chestnut Tree, City of Denton public libraries, Center for Visual Arts Meadows Gallery, Johnny Carino’s, TWU West Gallery and Patterson-Appleton Center for Visual Arts. Terry is known for her photography of Oddities, landscapes and architecture; oddities are her favorite.

The Black Box Theatre Exhibition is co-sponsored by Denton Community Theatre. Black Box hours are Monday and Wednesday, 1:00 – 4:00 pm and Friday, 10:30 am – 1:30 pm. The art may also be viewed during any of the performances at the Black Box.


VAST's February Guest Artist Presentation with Allison Proulx made the Denton TV news. Take a look.
http://youtu.be/_jsUoizy1e8

VAST publishes a newsletter, Vision, on a frequent basis to inform its members and public about VAST activities as well as arts events in the region, state, and country. Also of note are VAST's "Artist of the Year" awards that are given to members who are elected to that honor annually.  

VAST's calendar can be accessed by clicking on the calendar to the right.

The Vision Newsletter is published to inform VAST members and the general public of items of interest.

At each monthly meeting, the members vote on artwork brought to the meeting.  Here are our winners: