Terrie Yeatts

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Seated Figure

by on Sep.13, 2008, under Uncategorized

I love working on figure drawing. This drawing is from a series I have been working on. This has been recently added to my etsy shop. If you have time drop in. Click on image for more artwork.

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Windy Day

by on Sep.12, 2008, under Uncategorized

Girl in Wind
Girl in Wind


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Severed Heads

by on Aug.08, 2008, under Uncategorized

heads on rafters

heads on rafters

 This is a 42″x42″ oil pastel drawing from my series being featured on Talent data base.  Check it out!


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Crows with a Tree

by on Jul.13, 2008, under Uncategorized

I have been so busy working on paintings in my newest series of work.  This one is entitled Crows with a Tree.

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For Your Convenience

by on Jul.10, 2008, under Uncategorized

These crows have settled for second best.

These crows have settled for second best.

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Patrick Sullivan's

by on Jun.25, 2008, under Uncategorized


This is a print of an original watercolor I painted in the Old City. It can also be viewed on Sketchcrawl #19.



I had a great time working on this piece. The Old City in knoxville TN is only a couple of block long but has some beautiful architectural design to it. Patrick Sullivan’s saloon is one that caught my eye.

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Spotted Crow

by on Jun.20, 2008, under Uncategorized


 This is an original oil painting of two crows watching the night fall. The spotted crow is a tribute to one of my favorite books when I was growing up “Put Me in the Zoo” by Robert Lopshire. The colors used are rich and allude to the peacefulness that comes with the setting sun.







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Mirror and Beside Myself – March Exhibit

by on May.21, 2008, under Uncategorized

 Mirror                                       Beside Myself – Sold


Tribal and urban archetypes are combined in my paintings to create a conceptual workspace merging dream and nature in a unified artistic sphere with many destinations. These destinations, or dimensional intersections, are starting points for stories that pose questions concerning the junction of dream life and the workday world. Layered totemic symbols drawn from life are used as guides through dreams and reality driving toward a threshold or epiphany fraught with drama, anticipation and apprehension.


I envision this body of work as a symbolic narrative. The allegory is told through the systematic application of broad strokes creating a labyrinth of depth with colors that are active and still.   The paintings, as a group and individually, portray a passage or progress from one stage of life to another.


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Three Flights Up March Exhibit

by on May.21, 2008, under Uncategorized

I have been so busy with exhibits lately that I have completely neglected my blog. In March I exhibited at Three Flights Up http://www.threeflightsup.com/viewer.php?e=13&a=21&i=594&m=ea

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by on Sep.26, 2007, under Uncategorized

I’m working on some new artwork to put on Etsy but I am having difficulty with the print on this original.

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