Teri Leigh Teed, a multi-dimensional, award winning artist based in Sylva, North Carolina, has been selected as one of the featured artists in the western North Carolina “Artists Count” project, which is hosting a series of exhibitions to highlight the rich visual contributions made by area artists. The first of these exhibits will be on display during winter and spring 2017 at the North Carolina Welcome Center north of Asheville, 6178 I-26 West, Mars Hill, NC 28754. More than a quarter million visitors come through this facility each year. This first exhibition will highlight the work of artists in Jackson and Swain Counties.
Teed’s fine art photograph, “Blue Ridge Parkway, Autumn View Waterrock Knob” is part of the inaugural exhibit, which opens in January 2017 and remains on view until July. This first “Artists Count” exhibition is supported by a grant from the North Carolina Arts Council through the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area and sponsored by the North Carolina Division of Tourism.
About Teri Leigh Teed
Based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, Teri Leigh Teed is a featured artist (photography, literature and music) in the North Carolina Artist Council, a member of the Jackson County Arts Council, and her photography is featured in the Editor’s Picks on
A graduate of Sotheby’s Institute, London, Teri received her M.A. Decorative Arts and Historic Interiors from the University of Buckingham,
England and was employed by HM Queen Elizabeth II. Her artwork has been exhibited in juried shows in North and South Carolina, including the
Piccolo Spoleto Festival, and she is a recipient of Awards of Excellence in Manhattan Arts International juried exhibitions. A Featured Artist in
the Manhattan Arts International programs, she is also a contributing author and artist for the Healing Power of Art and Artists online
Teed states, “Photographic art, combined with my personal stories, poetry and songs, is part of my vision of creating with other like minded
artisans and craftspeople a community of self expression, beauty, and healing through art.”
For more information please visit www.healingspiritart.com