A new exhibit, called “Season of Light” from Sylva artist Teri Leigh Teed, will run through Sunday, Dec. 31, at Southwestern Community College’s Burrell Center Gallery.

“Season of Light” is Teed’s newest series of fine-art photographs, taken in the Nantahala Forest from the morning of the Autumn Equinox leading up to Thanksgiving.

Her photographs are accompanied by stories and poetry written by Teed, reflecting on the physical and spiritual light of the season.

A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Teed is an award-winning artist based in Sylva.

Along with her visual artwork, Teed is a songwriter of folk music and the author of “Seasons of the South, the Original Homegrown and Musical Storytelling Show,” which raises awareness for regenerative agriculture.

“Healing Spirit Art” has been the signature of Teed’s artwork since 2005.

She blends fine-art nature and landscape photography, stories, poetry and songs with positive thoughts and energies.

For more information, visit www.terileighteed.com.