Turning wood to art for two decades, Gregory Teter was first inspired by fantastic hollow forms. Now, as featured in issue 286 of Woodturning Magazine 2015, his lathe work is frequently enhanced with metal, semi-precious stone, or glass. Gregory's work includes curved surface sculpture with various spatial themes including time, abstract animals and natural stone, tree or plant formations.
"To me a new wood is exciting, having used scores of different exotic woods from around the world as well as from many beautiful Pennsylvania and numerous other U.S. trees, I wonder how to bring out the natural figure and beauty of every piece."
With a Bachelor of Arts from St. Joseph's University his approach to art is classic and fresh. Member Chester County Art Association and Keystone Woodworkers Gregory Teter’s work can be found in local gift shops, galleries and several charity art shows headlined under - The Wooden Antler Shop.
PURCHASE WORK BY GREG TETER AT JAM GALLERY
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