Chain of Lakes
Justin Terlecki’s colorful depictions of everyday life take the viewer on an intimate tour of the ordinary. Pulling from quiet observation, public spectacle and human relationships, Terlecki’s scenes range from local celebrations and family dynamics to snapshots of the city. As the artist explains, “Travel and my immediate surrounding inspire me to explore the atmosphere and mood of specific places in time. I enjoy the process of building immersive compositions with details of everyday life using the perspective of multiple vantage points and the combination of both the real and the imagined.”
Originally from Youngstown, Ohio, Terlecki has exhibited his work regularly in the Twin Cities since moving to Minnesota in 1998. In 2009, Terlecki received a Jerome Fellowship for Emerging Printmakers through Highpoint Center for Printmaking. Terlecki’s work is included in the permanent collection of the McDonough Museum of Art and many local and national private collections
The artist will be present at the opening reception Saturday, April 27 from 2-5 pm. The opening reception and exhibition runs concurrently with The Hill That Walked Away by Dan & Lee Ross. Both shows continue through June 1, 2019.