About Terry Daulton

About Terry Daulton

Terry Daulton’s pastel paintings reflect her deep ties to the landscape and her background as a biologist and environmental educator. Terry and her husband, Jeff Wilson, live in small log cabin on a remote island in Wisconsin’s Turtle Flambeau Flowage. Her paintings chronicle their life on the Flowage and other Northwood’s haunts.

Daulton states, “For me painting is both personal and a teaching tool. I hope that I can help others to develop a closer relationship to the natural world and to discover their own creative energies.”

EDUCATION

  • M.S. Environmental Education, University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI, 1988
  • B.S. Environmental Studies, Northland College, Ashland, WI, 1981
  • Minor, Fine Art, Northland College, Ashland, WI, 1981
  • Diana Randolph Pastel Workshop, October 2003
  • Advanced Oil Painting, Goegebic Community College, Ironwood, MI, 1999
  • Albert Handel Pastel Workshop, July 1992
  • Karlyn Holman Watercolor Workshop, November 1996
  • Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, Diana Randolph, Fall 1982

ART TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • University of Wisconsin Media Camp for Native American Students, Aug 2008
  • Pastel Workshop, North Lakeland Discovery Center, Aug 2005
  • Artist in Residence, Minocqua Schools, Minocqua, WI, March 2006, 2003, 2009
  • Summer Enrichment Program – Drawing on Nature, summer course for children, North Lakeland Discovery Center, Manitowish Waters, WI, Summer 1999 – 2000
  • Watercolor Workshop, North Lakeland Discovery Center, Manitowish Waters, WI, 1999, 2000
  • Watercolor Workshop, Lake Superior Center, Ashland, WI, 2000
  • Watercolor Workshop, Mercer 21st Century Program, course for adults, Mercer, WI, 2001
  • After School Enrichment Program – Drawing, Painting and Collage, course for children, Mercer Public Schools, Mercer, WI, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
  • The Illustrated Journal, workshop, sponsored by Pine Tree Gallery in Ironwood, MI, 1998
  • Drawing on Nature, workshop, Price County Lecture Series, Phillips, WI, 1999

WORK EXPERIENCE

Exhibition Coordinator/Creator – Penokee : Explore the Iron Hills. brought together 21 artists to highlight the natural and historical resources of the Penokee Hills in northern Wisconsin. Exhibit funding acquired by artists, and the show was hosted at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center in Ashland, WI from May 2012 – March 2013. The show then moved to Milwaukee, Center for Urban Ecology, April – June 2013.

Exhibition Coordinator/Creator – UW-Madison Center for Limnology. Created and co-coordinated “Drawing Water – Artists and Scientists Explore Northern Lakes” This show travelled throughout the northwoods during the summer/fall 2011. In Spring 2012 it travels to the National Science Foundation in Washington D. C. and to other venues nationally in summer and fall 2012.

Exhibition Coordinator/Creator – UW-Madison, Initiated, created and co-coordinated Paradise Lost? Climate Change in the North Woods, a major traveling art and science exhibition. Included the work of 20 juried artists, collaboration with numerous scientists and UW-Madison faculty and staff. Conducted public relations, catalog creation, student education at venues, and opening presentations and outreach.

AWARDS

Best of Show, 43rd Manito Art Show, July 2008

Merit Award, 42nd Manito Art Sow, July 2007

Honorable Mention, 41st Annual Manito Art Show, July 2006

Kenneth Kuemmerlein Award, Wisconsin Regional Art Program, September 1997

2nd Place, Take Me to the River, North Lakeland Discovery Center, Aug 2004

Honorable Mention, Take Me to the River, North Lakeland Discovery Center, Aug 2003

DEMONSTRATIONS

Artist of the Month, Odonata, Mercer, WI, July 2002

Pastels and Watercolors, Pine Tree Gallery, Ironwood, MI, December 2000, 2003

GALLERY REPRESENTATION

Center for Visual Arts, Wausau, WI

MoonDeer and Friends, Boulder Junction, WI

Odonata, Mercer, WI

RiverRun Center for the Arts, McNaughton, WI

EXHIBITIONS

  • Penokee: Explore the Iron Hills, Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, Ashland, WI 54806. Coordinated and created exhibition.
  • Floating Forests. August 2012, Vertin Gallery, Calument MI. Two person show.
  • Drawing Water: Artists and Scientists Explore Northern Lakes, various locations 2011-21012
  • Paradise Lost? Climate Change in the North Woods, Various Locations, Jan 2007-Feb 2008
  • Group of Three On Line, Washburn Public Gallery, Washburn, WI, March 2007
  • 82˚ East by North, Johnson Heritage Post Art Center, Grand Marais, MN, Oct-Dec 2006
  • Artists in the Ottawa, Pine Tree Gallery, Ironwood, MI, August 2006
  • Gifts From Minong, Pine Tree Gallery, Ironwood, MI August 2005
  • Exquisite Island, two person show, Omphale Gallery, Calumet, MI March-April 2004
  • Take Me to the River, North Lakeland Discovery Center, Manitowish Waters, WI, August 2003, 2004 (juried)
  • Small Works, Copper Country Community Arts Council, Calumet, MI, December 2002, 2003
  • Views from the Iron Range, Solo Show, Hurley Coffee Company, Hurley, WI, August–December 2002
  • Views from the Iron Range, Solo Show, Black Cat Coffee House, Ashland, WI, May 2002
  • Northwoods Summer Art Tour, exhibit and demonstration, 2001(Mercer, WI), 2002 , 2003, 2010, 2011, 2012 (Boulder Junction, WI)
  • River Life, Solo Show, exhibit of original illustrations for River Life, a book on river ecology, Pine Tree Gallery, Ironwood, Michigan, Fall 2001
  • Six Pack of Fish Art, Pine Tree Gallery, Ironwood, MI, Summer 2000
  • Northern Lights, Pine Tree Gallery, Ironwood, MI, Winter 2000 Manitou Art League Annual Show, Manitowish Waters, WI, July 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004-2012
  • Running the Round River – Journal of a Modern Day Voyageur, Solo Show, Pine Tree Gallery, Ironwood, MI, August 1998
  • Wisconsin Regional Art’s State Exhibit, Madison, WI, September 1997 (juried)
  • Nicolet College, Wisconsin Regional Art Exhibit, Rhinelander, WI, August 1997 (juried)
  • Northland College Alumni Show, Ashland, WI, July 1997, 1996
  • Crossing Boundaries, Solo Show, Northland College, Ashland, WI, April-May 1997, this show included over 90 watercolors and oil paintings, and journal entries depicting my travels through 12 countries during 1995-1996
  • Recent Works, Three Person Show, Washburn Historical Museum , Washburn, WI, September 1996
  • Union National Bank Annual Art Show, Ashland, WI, 1981, 1982, 1983

PUBLICATIONS

  • Paradise Lost? Climate Change in the North Woods, Exhibition Catalog, January 2007
  • Sixty pen and ink illustrations for Graced by the Seasons, by John Bates (Manitowish River Press, 2006)
  • Sixty pen and ink illustrations for Graced by the Seasons, Spring and Summer (Manitowish River Press, 2008)
  • Sixty pen and ink illustrations for River Life by John Bates (Manitowish River Press, 2001)
  • Numerous articles published in newsletters of the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute, Northland College, University of Wisconsin, and other popular and technical publications
  • Designed and created artwork for exhibits and publications for the National Park Service, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, U.S. Forest Service, and North Lakeland Discovery Center

SPECIAL NOTES

Studio/cabin located on remote island in the Turtle Flambeau Flowage

Coordinated Fine Art Exhibition, Take Me to the River, August 2003, 2004

Other interests include biological research and environmental education

Member Manitou Art League, Copper Country Community Arts Council

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Terry Lynne Daulton
3310 N Kein Rd
Mercer, Wisconsin 54547
t : 715-476-3530
c : 715-776-0081
e : tdaulton@centurytel.net