An installation of hundreds of paper flowers arranged in a large ring that celebrates the burgeoning of the BeltLine. This installation will grow and change color over time, relating to natural bloom cycles.
Terri Dilling has developed a visual language that explores the beauty and complexity of the natural world. She is inspired by the patterns and structures found in nature, ranging from plants and flowers to molecules and microscopic cells. She also references forms and patterns created by humans, including architecture and textile designs. Her art is a mix of macro and micro viewpoints, of structured order and random marks that occur during her creative process. Terri received a BA from Indiana University, a BFA in Drawing, Painting & Printmaking from Georgia State University and has also studied visual arts in England, Spain, and Italy.