Meet the Artist: Countryside Artisans Welcome Visitors During Three-Day Tour, Peggy Vaughn (April 18, 2019)

“I often use lines etched into the stone,” Therriault said of a piece inspired by Kachina dolls. “Lines help the eye to find a place to rest, but at the same time, provides movement.”

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County Lines, Montgomery Arts: Set in Stone, Charles Jeffries (April-May 2019)

"Therriault leaves his work open to interpretation by the person viewing it." 'I try not to explain what I am doing in the sculpture so that visitors can find this connection on their own.'

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Center Stage: Beallsville's Sculptor: David Therriault And the Countryside Artisans of Maryland, Andie Devynck (Oct. 20, 2018) (page 18)

“Local artist David Therriault, a sculptor, gardener, and owner of Alden Farms, is passionate about art in, around, from, and of the Agricultural Reserve. David’s indoor and outdoor mixed-media works in stone and iron are well-placed about his farm’s grounds as well as in the homes, gardens, and public and private spaces all along the East Coast from Washington, D.C. to New York to Nova Scotia .”

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In the galleries: Washington Sculptors Group shows a playful nature, Mark Jenkins (Sept. 28, 2018)

“The most primal object is David Therriault’s large limestone wheel, incised with patterns that include a segment of strong, straight lines that cut across the circle’s northeast quadrant.“

Exploring Montgomery: Country Strong, Chris Slattery (Sept. 13, 2017)

BlackRock’s Countryside Artisans Exhibit Serves as Gateway to Self-Drive Studio Tours in Ag Reserve. “‘We’re all in the Ag Reserve, or somewhere in the Montgomery County countryside,’ confirmed the show’s curator, sculptor David Therriault.” 

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Exploring Montgomery County: Countryside Creativity, Meredith Hooker Wiiliams (Sept. 26, 2016)

“In the foothills of Sugarloaf Mountain, there’s beautiful countryside and farms—and plenty of art.“

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Artists Among Us: Bang a Stone, Jacqueline M. Duda (May 2008)

“Beallsville resident David Therriault wrestles with the question of whether to call himself an artist. ‘People say to me, ‘Oh, you’re a sculptor.’ But I don’t know. I make things out of stone, but it’s still a stone,’ says Therriault.”

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