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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
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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