Laura Terry is a practicing artist and an associate professor of architecture. Her work explores the relationships between the natural landscape and an idealized or abstracted landscape. Her work has been featured in national juried exhibitions across the country and is held nationally in public and private collections. In addition to teaching beginning design, she has also taught course in landscape painting, book binding and printmaking, all with an intention of introducing students of architecture to other forms and methods of visual communication.
She lives in rural Arkansas with her husband, an Aussie, two cats and eight chickens. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, reading and writing.