• Hocak Worak - Stolen Sisters


  • Stolen Sisters Review


  • Feature in April issue of American Craft


  • Heart Failure at Schmuck (MJW)


  • Chaos at Melting Point


  • CWaB V: Condensation published in SNAG's first Jewelry and Metals Survey


  • Lalabeyou Gallery, Madrid, Spain

    Two pieces selected to exhibit at Lalabeyou gallery, Madrid, Spain- represented by Alliages, France.

  • 2017 Beijing International Jewelry Exhibition

    Three pieces selected as part of the 2017 Beijing International Jewelry Exhibition at Beijing Institute Of Fashion Technology. Opening November 18th.

  • Collaboration with a Bird V, #4 wins Merit Award


  • Interview with OPP


  • Upcoming Invitational Exhibition- Shadow Themes; Finding the Present in the Past”, Reinstein/Ross Gallery, NY, NY


  • Current Exhibition- Color Me This: Contemporary Art Jewelry


  • Current Exhibition: Digging Deep


  • Featured interview at "SoCatcy! Where Fashion Begins"


  • Featured artists in "Cultivate" Zoom Symposium. Union Art Gallery, Milwaukee, WI


  • The Pierced Metal Form Workshop at Zoom Symposium


  • Featured as one of the jewelry artists is the latest American Craft Magazine


  • CraftForms - Current Exhibition


  • Jewelry Exchange 2014


    I am so happy to be part of such an important record and window into the global contemporary jewelry world.

  • Metalsmith Magazine - Exhibition in Print Aug. 2014

    My work is included in this year's EIP by Metalsmith magazine.

  • Current Exhibition: Curated by Charon Kransen

    Cross Currents, Vaudeville Gallery, Fredericksburg TX

  • Art Palm Beach

    Jan 24-27, 2014 My work will be exhibited at Art Palm Beach http://www.artpalmbeach.com/
    Represented by Charon Kransen NY

  • Current Exhibition: "Shift" as part of Zoom Symposium Indiana University


  • SOFA Chicago

    Teresa F. Faris will be exhibiting at SOFA Chicago 2013 represented by Charon Kransen Arts, NY. Please see http://www.sofaexpo.com/ for dates and other details.

  • Past Exhibition: "Point of View" Taboo Studio, San Diego


  • Past Exhibition


  • recent publication


  • Racine Art Museum : "Animal Nature"

    Animal Nature
    June 10 - October 7, 2012

    Animals have long been subject matter for artistic exploration. Sometimes symbol and metaphor, sometimes curiosity or marvel—their presence as a visual component of human culture endures. In addition, modern times have prompted an in-depth philosophical investigation regarding the complex relationship between human beings and animals. Contemporary artists working in a variety of media have felt compelled to address this dynamic and do so with work that is witty, insightful, and poignant. Even when animals are the obvious focus of these artist’s objects and images, human beings and their impact upon the natural world are always a subtext.

    The artist’s whose works are included in this exhibition approach their subject through a variety of media and techniques. Whether utilizing cut paper, blown glass, gold and silver jewelry, or other, these artists create engaging works that reflect on both animal and human nature.

  • One From Wisconsin: Teresa Faris
    February 23 - April 3, 2011
    Reception: Sunday, March 20, 2011 1:30 pm.

    Sneak Peek: Friday, March 18, 10:30 am.

    Museum of Wisconsin Art
    300 South 6th Avenue
    West Bend, WI 53095

  • Cover image March issue


  • Women Of Metal

    September 9 – October 18
    Panel discussion and reception Tuesday, September 9th
    Women of Metal: Innovation, Connection and Education is an exhibition of artwork by first and second generation women jewelers/metalsmiths who have a professional and educational relationship to metals as an arts discipline in Wisconsin. The goals of the Women of Metal Project are to celebrate the art work of women jewelers/metalsmiths in Wisconsin; to examine their work - its evolution and influence in the context of historic/contemporary metals practices; to explore and reveal relationships between art and craft practices; to consider the role of education and mentorship in the professional development of women in metals; to increase public awareness of the contributions of these artists to the cultural history of Wisconsin; and to inspire further scholarship into the lives and work of these pioneering artists. To achieve these goals, project coordinators Teresa Faris and Susan Messer have developed a number of related educational projects and public activities concurrent with the exhibition including: Moderated Visiting Artist Panel, September 9th: 2:15 – 4:15; Guest Lecture by Racine Art Museum Director Bruce Pepich, September 9th: 6 – 7pm; followed by the opening reception, 7 – 9pm; and an Illustrated Lecture presented by Marcia Lewis, September 11th from 6 – 7pm. Admission to all events is free and open to the public.