Terri GarlandThomas Joshua Cooper
Terry Kreiter 
Terry Kreiter
The lyrical surrealism of Kreiter's sculpture overlays a serious and continuous exploration of subject matter he finds important. Though the themes are often evident, they can arise from obscure and complex origins exhibiting apparent socio-political interests often woven together with concepts that refer to the history of art-making and the contexts of criticism. Working in bronze requires exceptional patience and attention to detail and, while he may be less dogmatic in his adherence to a particular style, the sculptures are subtle and finely wrought individual pieces that clearly reveal his imagination and vision. Kreiter's work is beginning to receive wide spread attention. They are as much contemplative objects as they are remarkable points of departure.
Boris Descending, 2007
cast bronze 12 x 11 x 8 in.

Boris Leaving, 2007
cast bronze on granite 12 x 16 x 6 in.

Coal Train Spoke, 2007
cast bronze on granite 14 x 6 x 4 in.

House Fatal, 2006
cast bronze on granite 14 x 5 x 3 in.

Pythagoras Cubed, 2007
cast bronze on marble 15 x 8 x 6 in.

Chronograph for Zeus, 2008
Cast bronze 24 x 16 x 12 inches

Boris Horizontal, 2007
cast bronze on granite 5 x 14 x 6 in.

Boris Smokestack,2007
cast bronze on slate 18 x 12 x 5 in.

H2O, 2007
cast bronze, 18 x 8 x 4 in.

Root of Evil, 2007
cast bronze on granite 12 x 12 x 5 in.

Muse for Athena, 2008
Cast bronze 16 x 17 x 8 inches

Gift for Apollo, 2008
Cast bronze and marble, 20 x 12 x 6 inches