Terry Turrentine Photography and Artists' Books
Ms. Turrentine's Juror's Selection "2 Egrets Preening" will be featured at the 2012 International Exhibition of Women's Fine Art Photographyat the .NO Gallery in New York City May 9-27th. Read More
The prestigious Black and White Awards exhibits Terry Turrentine's photographs at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado. Read More
Ms. Turrentine is selected by world famous photographer Mary Ellen Mark as a Juror's Selection in the professional nature category for the 2012 Professional Women Photographers International Competition. Read More
4 of Ms. Turrentine's award winning avian wildlife photographs are featured in PHOTO Paper Magazine.
Ms. Turrentine's artists' book entitled "Great Egret" is exhibiting at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts.
The Special Collections of the Hennepin County Central Library in Minneapolis, MN added "Great Egret" to its permanent collection.
Ms. Turrentine's award winning artists' book entitled "Great Egret" is selected by the Minnesota Center for Book Arts jury for its Fine Books Exhibition in October.
Terry Turrentine selected to exhibit her award winning artists' book entitled "Great Egret" at the book arts exhibition of the San Francisco Public Library Main Branch.
Terry Turrentine wins award in professional wildlife category from the 6th annual Black and White Spider Awards, a collection of the finest contemporary international photographers.
Ms. Turrentine exhibits her artists' book entitled "Great Egret" at the second Annual Juried Artist Book Exhibit at the Allahe Gallery in Ashland, Oregon.
4 of Ms. Turrentine's photographs are nominated for the 6th annual Black and White Spider Awards.
Ms. Turrentine wins San Francisco Women Artists Merit Award for "Two Great Egrets Preening".
In 2009, Ms. Turrentine's artists' book, entitled "Great Egret" was acquired by four prestigious universities and libraries for their rare book collections. They include:
The Gunst Collection, Rare Book Division of the Green Library at Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA. This collection has holdings in the history of the book and the book arts, ranging from books printed in the fifteenth century to artists' books of the twenty-first century.
The Boston Athenaeum in Boston, MA. It is one of the oldest and most distinguished independent libraries and cultural institutions in the U.S. "Great Egret" is in the rare book collection which includes an extensive collection of the art of the book. This collection serves the community and scholars throughout the world.
Enders Ornithology Collection of the Watkinson Library at Trinity College in Hartford, CT. This collection includes classic works from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, among them, the engraver Havell's copy of John James Audubon's Birds of America..
Hill Memorial Library at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. "Great Egret" is in the Rare Book Collection, which contains more than 25,000 books. Particular strengths include the history of the book, fine printing and book design.
Terry Turrentine publishes a limited edition artists' book, entitled "Great Egret". This book encapsulates over 20 years of experience photographing Great Egrets. It includes 15 duotone photographs, many of them award winning.