November / December Featured Artist: Terrence Henck

Terrence Henck resides in the Hilltown of Westerlo, New York with his wife Jill and their two dogs, Zeek and Isis. He is a third generation artist and woodworker, and grew up in a household that embraced creativity and originality. This led him on the path to Hartwick College where Terrence earned a Bachelors Degree in Art and was deemed best in show by faculty his senior year with a digital art installment. After spending a year interning for the Hartwick Art Department Terrence has been keeping it real working as a mover, factory worker, ski bum, and wood worker throughout the years. Terrence spent a number of years living it up in Colorado and was fortunate enough to spend four months on the road in 2017 camping, fishing, and exploring the United States. A result of his love of the great outdoors and his experiences, Terrence’s art incorporates nature into his compositions as well as his mediums. Terrence’s artistic ideology can be summed up by one of his favorite authors and conservationists Edward Abbey, “wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit and as vital to our lives as water and good bread.”

Terrence Henck’s work will be on display at the Guggenheim Gallery November 1 – December 31. His opening reception will be held on Sunday, December 2. Click here for more details.

The Guggenheim Gallery is open to the public Monday–Friday from 9–4. Call ahead for weekend hours. 518-797-5100.

To view a map of the Guggenheim Gallery and the Carey Institute property, click here.