Teresa Meier is a Seattle-based multimedia artist that creates surrealist self-portrait photo montages. Her large-format narrative works incorporate themes of home, nature, and the interaction between humans and their environment that often leave the viewer suspended in moments of rising tension. Her fantastical subject matter and use of vibrant, luscious colors result in eye-catching and wonderfilled imagery.
Ms. Meier was recently awarded both Director’s and Juror’s Award at PhotoPlace Gallery, honorable mentions at the PX3 Prix De La Photographie Paris, the Ringholz Art Supply Award, second place at the Szeklerland Photo Biennial, and Director’s honorable mention at the Center for Fine Art Photography. Her work has been exhibited internationally, recently appeared in Don’t Take Pictures, Pro Photo Daily, Lensculture, Communication Arts, and The Cooperative of Photography, and is currently represented at the Portland Art Museum’s Rental Sales Gallery.