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Terri Lloyd

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Bunnygun
bare arms against a rabbit, 2009 Digital 36 X 46 Inches © 2009 Terri Lloyd
Tlloyd_ekstasis
Compassion: Eckstasis, 2009 Digital 40 X 52 Inches © 2009 Terri Lloyd
Rigpa2
Rigpa 2, 2010 Digital 36 X 48 © 2010 Terri Lloyd
Pudendaweb
The Carnivory of the Pudenda Flora, 2010 Digital 48 X 36 © 2010 Terri Lloyd
Thepinko
The Pinko, 2010 Digital 36 X 48 Inches © 2010 Terri Lloyd
20160307203913-01_themarykaylament
The Mary Kay Lament, 2015 Digital Archival Print 38 X 48 © 2015
20151013200659-tlloyd_the_immortals
The Immortals, 2014 Digital Archival Print 18 X 20 © Terri Lloyd © 2014
20160307203931-06_theproclivity
The Proclivity, 2014 Digital Archival Print 38 X 48 © 2014
20160307203932-05_itsallgood
It's All Good, 2013 Digital Archival Print 38 X 48 © 2013
20160307203859-02_whenibelievedinmagic
When I Believed In Magic, 2015 Digital Archival Print, Canvas 38 X 48 © 2015
20160307203903-08_thecharlatan
The Charlatan, 2015 Digital Archival Print 38 X 48 © 2015 Terri Lloyd
20160307203911-03_theimmaculateoliveofstsophia
The Immaculate Heart of St. Sophia, 2015 Digital Archival Print 38 X 48 © 2015
20160307203944-07_thestrugglewithin
The Struggle Within, 2016 Digital Archival Print 38 X 48 © 2016
Quick Facts
Birthplace
S.F. Bay Area
Birth year
1960
Lives in
Los Angeles
Works in
a small home studio with 3 cats and 1 macaw
Representing galleries
Tags
art pop, Political, surreal, absurdist, humor, feminist, installation mixed-media landscape, performance, surrealism, modern, digital, conceptual
Current Exhibitions and Events
Feb, 2017
State of the Union
Brainworks Gallery
Feb, 2017
State of the Union
Brainworks Gallery
Feb, 2017
State of the Union
Brainworks Gallery
Feb, 2017
State of the Union
Brainworks Gallery
Feb, 2017
State of the Union
Brainworks Gallery
Statement

Bathing Beauty With Little Red Book

The Artist As Pink Buddha

“I have found a great comfort not fitting in. Even growing up, I was always outside looking in... It’s much safer and friendlier out here in the wilderness.”

Born 1960
Self-educated

Terri Lloyd is a San Francisco Bay Area transplant who has called Los Angeles home since 1980.

Under the influence of a Sixties latch-key-kid youth, the circumstances of a working class life did not provide the conventional means to an art education or experience.

“It has been challenging, but I refuse to let the institutions get in the way of my education. Knowledge is now available at our fingertips. There is no excuse for ignorance. Ignorance has become a choice.”

Introduced to the Apple computer in the 1980s, a career in graphic arts was born.

At the age of 50 she retired the commercial arts aspect of her career path to pursue a lifelong interest of fine arts.

Terri lives in Los Angeles living with a very patient husband, some cats and a very noisy macaw.

 

 

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