Pastels by Terry Teitelbaum

The Gallery at Equinox Village is now featuring a private show for our residents….

Terry Teitelbaum’s paintings and pastels reflect the beauty of the natural world and its constant changes.  Terry’s expertise in color, form and texture developed during her former career in the fashion industry.  Following her long passion for creating with color, she found the excitement of applying bold colors in paint.  The pastels in this exhibit are a recent departure from her abstract oils.  She was a Solo artist in May 2019 at SVAC, an artist in the juried annual fall ASA Exhibition, and will be one of four in a group show at Saratoga Arts Center this September.

The past month has brought her full circle back to fabric and sewing.  She has devoted time to making face masks.  She helped provide masks locally to immune compromised individuals, food prep workers, clinics and postal workers.  The dire need for masks by the Native Americans in the Southwest has now become her focus.  Recently she has contributed to the Navajo Nation, Santo Domingo Tribe, San Felipe Pueblo through NB3 Foundation, and the Indian Health Services in Gallup and Albuquerque, NM.

Terry is hoping to bring joy to the residents at Equinox Village by exhibiting her work at the Gallery.  To view more of Terry’s work please visit