Terri Einer is a gestural and expressive artist creating deliciously bold, colorful renditions in a few happy strokes. Working in her Oshkosh studio, Terri’s quirky, loose lines, together with her carefree brushstrokes, create images that truly comes to life.
We had a little Q & A so you can get to know her better.
1. How long have you been painting? I've been artistic my entire life and have a degree in Graphic Arts, but I really launched my current business back in 2013 when I moved from the La Crosse area to Oshkosh. I was looking to make connections and new friends and decided to go back into my passion; art.
2. Why are acrylics your chosen medium? I've dabbled in other mediums and enjoy pen and ink as well as pastels, but I truly found my voice in my current style, which is very loose, with creamy acrylics.
I am in my zone when the paints are flying and the strokes are simplistic.
3. What is the inspiration for the Wisconsin landscape series? Honestly, it's what the folks want. I love to paint many subjects, but my farmland landscapes and cows tend to be my best sellers. I suppose it's just the location!
4. Any formal training in the arts or where does your art education come from? As I said, I've always been artistic, so I am mostly self-taught, but I do have an Associates Degree from La Crosse, WI. I love advertising and had planned a career in that originally.
5. Tell us something about you, personally. I love to travel and I love the beach. Now retired from the 9-5 grind, I'm concentrating more on my art, but I sure can't wait to get back to seeing the world when the Covid travel restrictions are lifted.
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