A native Floridian from the Tampa area, Terry Andrews pursued a career in music through 1994. Always having an interest in glass, he began to dabble with the medium first through blown glass and lamp work glass, creating large, flat and carved glass sculptures. His most recent work has evolved to include the use of copper and fused glass. The fusing happens in a kiln, then the fused pieces are used as accents on the formed, cut and welded copper structures. Some are decorated with lamp work glass to create more whimsical treasures.
Andrews’ work can be found in the permanent collections of the Carter Center in Atlanta and the Carrolton Museum of Contemporary Art in Carrolton, GA. As an award-winning artist on the national art show circuit, his work has been acquired by collectors around the world.