“Jefferson County Tobacco Barn” by Terri Swaggerty
“Jefferson County Tobacco Barn”, by Terri Swaggerty, is oil on linen. The dimensions are 16″ x 20″. “I love old barns and I particularly love the kitsch of the old metal Pepsi sign that is attached to this barn,” said Terri.
“Jefferson County Tobacco Barn” can be seen in-person at Art Market Gallery.
Terri Swaggerty was a sidewalk portrait artist at the World’s Fair, Expo ’82. She then became self-employed as a professional retouch artist (pre-computer era), specializing in photo restoration and hand coloring. She received state and national awards as well as the Tennessee Artisan Degree from the TPPA in 1998. She fell naturally into wedding and portrait photography and soon received 1st place awards in both Wedding and Portrait categories from the TPPA. Terri still works part-time as a Wedding and Portrait photographer. She also shoots Fine Art Photography.
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