Terry Sitz is a third generation artist and native Washingtonian. Her mixed media works examine the intersection of fragility, strength and resilience.
Sitz's paintings are conduits for healing and offer a platform for expressing deeply felt personal and societal concerns.
In recent years, her works were part of Georgetown Medical School research on the healing impact of art on chronically ill children and have been collected by organizations that offer health and mental health support as well as private collectors.
Terry’s inclusion of recycled and historic materials in her paintings add a quiet richness to the story buried beneath her strong colors and abstracted forms. Her works have been featured in solo and group shows and recognized in news, art and academic publications.
Current/Upcoming Exhibits :
Solo Show, Waverly Gallery (Bethesda, MD) (Postponed to 2021 due to Covid-19)
SuperfineDC Art Fair (Union Market, DC) Juried Art Fair for Galleries & Artists (October 29-November 1, 2021)
Selected Past Exhibits:
Superfine Online E-Fair, November 30-December 30 2020 (purchase directly online/all prices posted)
ByThe People x Monochrome Virtual Art Fair 2020, Juried Group Show (June 2020)
Being Heard, Institute for Integrative Health (Baltimore, MD), Two-Person Show (Winter 2019-2020)
Meditations and Epiphanies:Otherworldly Devices in Painting (Betty Mae Kramer Gallery, Silver Spring, MD), Four-Person Show (December 2, 2019-January 31, 2020)
SuperfineDC Art Fair (Union Market, DC) Juried Art Fair for Galleries & Artists (October 30-November 3, 2019)
Being Heard, Children's National Medical Center (Washington, DC), Two-Person Show (July 29-September 27, 2019)
Inova Schar Cancer Institute (Fairfax, VA) permanent collection
Being Heard, Walter Reed Medical Center (Bethesda, MD) Two-person Show (Spring 2019)
One House, BlackRock Center for the Arts (Germantown, MD) ArtWatch Group Show (November 2018)
Being Heard, Clinical Center Gallery, National Institutes of Health (Bethesda, MD), Two-Person Show (January 2019)
Brave, National Institutes of Health Clinical Center Gallery (Bethesda, MD) Solo Show (November 9, 2018- January 4,2019)
Athenaeum Invitational: Cabinets of Curiosity (Alexandria, VA) Invited Artist (September 2018-November 11, 2018)
Being Heard, Georgetown University School of Medicine (Washington, DC) Two-Person Show (July 8-September 2018)
Yada Dada, Gallery 505 North Gallery (Frederick, MD) Invitational Group Show (November 2017)
Athenaeum Invitational: Glow (Alexandria, VA) Juried Group Show (Sept 21-Oct 29, 2017)
The Color of BOOM, Artists and Makers Gallery (MD) Solo Show (June 2017)
Oh, The Joy! Athenaeum (VA) Juried Group (2016)
Light of our Future, Children’s Nat’l Medical Center (DC) Juried Group (2016)
Cava Grill permanent collection (MD) 2016
Yellow Barn Annual Juried Member Show (MD) Juried Group (2015)
Abstract Expressionist Paintings, Yellow Barn (MD) Group (2015)
Abstract Expressionist Paintings, Yellow Barn (MD) Group (2014)
Red, dcart Gallery (MD) Juried Group Show(2013)
Celebrate the Healing Power of Art, (OL) Manhattan Arts Internat’l, Juried Group (2013)
Spirits Fly: The Yoga-Inspired Art of Terry Sitz, Bikram Studio (Bethesda,MD) Solo Show (2012)
Awards and Honors:
Semi-Finalist, Bethesda Painting Awards (2017)
National Resource Center for Domestic Violence, Image for International Women’s day (2017)
Children’s National Medical Center: Light of our Future, Selected Image of Show (2016)
Researcher/Exhibitor, Georgetown University Medical School, Study on Child Patients' Responses to Bespoke Art (2017-ongoing)
East City Art Reviews, Meditations & Ephiphanies, January 15, 2020 https://www.eastcityart.com/reviews/east-city-art-reviews-meditations-and-epiphanies/
Pubic Art News Wire, Winter'19, "Mediations & Epiphanies: Other Worldly Devices in Painting" at the Kramer Gallery https://mailchi.mp/creativemoco/public-art-news-wire-winter?e=9364e0c075&fbclid=IwAR11OoXRqMOiy-4deDTDLRLT9-VwjIWq7cfb4cXZjMA6iPBOD-0WqF_bxWI
The Washington Post, August 14, 2019, "The art of working with chronically ill kids, creating 'emotional' portraits to help them heal" https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/the-art-of-working-with-chronically-ill-kids-creating-emotional-portraits-to-help-them-heal/2019/08/13/cda3e5be-ba0d-11e9-b3b4-2bb69e8c4e39_story.html?fbclid=IwAR3SvGJxRDjKYWc7qPLIJ4xy4r72LBxSffdI_5v_9JU8jmWn4qvSTpW4O_Y
For Those Who Savor Blog, (Cava Mezze),May 2016, Local PartnerSpotlight: TerrySitz, forthosewhosavor.com/local-partner-spotlight-terry-sitz/
Professional Artist Magazine, June/July, 2013, "About Giclee' Prints"
Manhattan Arts International Blog, March 29, 2013, "Not All Giclees' are Created Equal, Part III"
Manhattan Arts International Blog, March 14, 2013, Your Relationship with Your Printmaker is the Key to Your Success"
Manhattan Arts International Blog, March 11, 2013, "Not All Giclees' are Created Equal, Part I"
The Washington Post, Express, October 9, 2012, "There's Power in Pictures"
Arlington Arts Examiner, May 23, 2012, "Mantras at Artomatic 2012"