“I enjoy making organic sculptures; forming metal, bending it, seeing it turn into something new with every subtle tweak. I love telling stories and incorporating symbolism into my pieces to add interest and shed light on the subject matter. Nature, the ocean, the night sky; the world filled with inspiration.”

Andi Terry

Andi Terry's sculptural jewelry line is inspired by the natural world. All pieces are hand fabricated using precious metals and time honored techniques such as chasing, repoussage and enameling.

scultpural fine silver jewelry by and terry

Andi Terry is a metalsmith residing just outside of Austin, Texas. When she is not designing, hammering, soldering and forming art marking wires. she can be found in the company of family and friends, usually sharing a delicious meal. She has been known to participate in several rousing home episodes of cut throat kitchen and can make a decent ragu. She graduated from St. Mary's in San Antonio with a degree in International relations, but as with many artists she realized that her true calling was craft. One day she decided to take classes at Austin Community College and enjoyed the classes and professors so much that she found herself with a certification in jewelry. Since then she has taken many course all over the U.S. trying to build one skill upon the other. In 2016, after much encouragement from family and friends to sign up at her first fine arts fair in the town where her journey started. 

She has received the following awards. 

  • 2018 Juror SW School of Art Fiesta Fine Art Festival San AntonioTX

  • 2017 Contemporary Design Award Fiesta Fine Art Festival

  • 2017 Juror’s Choice Award Austin Fine Art Festival

Andi works in the techniques of chasing, repoussage, enameling and filigree using precious metals and feels feel these techniques compliment each other very well and lend themselves perfectly to organic shapes in nature. She enjoys telling stories and incorporates subtle symbolisms in her pieces to add interest and to shed light on the subject matter. Predators, architecture, the night sky, the world filled with inspiration.