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This piece comes from a recent series inspired by the mythology of the unicorn. The print originated from sketches of a horse skull on transparency paper; Terra then layered these drawings on top of each other to create a new image that is less about the original subject matter and more about creating new stories and artistic territories.
Terra Goolsby is an Austin-based artist painter and sculptor who explores mythology and femininity through gothic, psychologically-charged works. She received a BFA in painting and sculpture from the University of Texas at Austin and an MFA in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has been an artist in residence at West Dean College of Sussex University in Chichester, England, Vermont Studio Center, and I-Park Foundation in New Hampshire. Terra’s art has been exhibited at the The Dallas Contemporary Museum and the Harvard Natural History Museum, as well as many other venues.