Terri Grant


Terri Grant was an emergency room physician for 28 years before retiring to focus on her creative practice full-time. She layers glass threads to create richly textured imagery that reference the human condition. In her self-directed pursuit of art education, she has studied with Silvia Levenson, Koen VanderStukken, and Richard Whiteley, amongst others. She has been an invited participant in professional residencies held in Kirkenes, Norway, at Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA, and North Lands Creative, in Lybster, Scotland. Her work was featured in New Glass Review 37 and 39, published by Corning Museum of Glass, and in 2019 she was a John H. Hauberg Fellow at Pilchuck Glass School. Her most recent body of work Trace, a two-person show, debuted at Bellevue Arts Museum, July 2021 – Jan 2022. Her work is also currently exhibiting in a group show, Innovators in Glass, at Sandwich Glass Museum, which showcases artists testing the boundaries of glass in new and innovative ways. Grant lectures and exhibits both nationally and internationally, and currently lives and maintains a studio in Richland, Washington.