Terrie Corbett Works

Terrie and her husband, Chuck Corbett, share a studio in Tallahassee, FL.  They have always shared an interest in the visual and performing arts.  They first met at a symphony rehearsal in Charlotte, NC.  They both love animals and have welcomed a variety of fur, fin, and feathers to their family.

Terrie has a BFA in painting and drawing and completed 36 MFA hours.  She exhibited her paintings and drawings for many years before she began working with glass 14 years ago.

Terrie is a longtime member of the Artists’ League for the Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts.  She is also a member of the Florida Artist Group (FLAG), the Thomasville Collective, and the newly formed Southern Art Glass Alliance (SAGA).

She has served as an artist liaison on the FL Committee for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, as Artists’ Representative on the Board of Directors for the LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, as a member of the Board of Directors for The 621 Gallery.  Currently, she is serving on the board of the Florida Artists Group – the oldest art organization in Florida.

Since 2001, Terrie’s work has been selected for 10 national juried exhibitions and an international juried exhibition.  She has received awards in both. In 2013 she received a 1st place award in Pinnacle 2013 – National Juried Exhibition.  Since 2001, she has curated or mounted six exhibitions for regional visual art centers, museums, and art spaces.  In 2012, her work was selected for the “Third Annual Juried Exhibition for the Florida Museum of Women’s Artists” in Deland, FL.  She was one of 32 artists invited to exhibit in “Divergent Visions – Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of American Studio Glass” at the Bender Gallery in Asheville, NC.  In 2016, she mounted "Inner Space," in the Walmsley Gallery, in the Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts featuring work by the Neo Abstract Expressionists' guild. In 2018, she developed an exhibit for the Artists’ League FSU MoFA members at the Florida Capital entitled “The Way We See It.”