Teri Walsh Art

Teri Walsh Art


Teri Walsh Art
Photo credit: Jane de Weck Photography

My artistic practice embraces a wide range of media (2D and 3D) investigating the intrinsic structure of natural and man-made objects based on my own photographs, using digital and 35mm black and white film. Printmaking, and screen printing in particular, has in recent years become a major focus (inspired by working in the Volcanic Editions’ studio run by Ian Brown in Brighton).

Whilst addressing many subjects (political, serious, purely pictorial etc.) I tend to develop ongoing bodies of work (‘projects’) covering recurrent themes, including: The Crow & Birdland; Trees & Roots; Lines; and Skyscapes.

Within these projects works are numbered in a way that is purely sequential (often being a Roman numeral followed by an Arabic one). Please note that where dimensions are shown these are in centimetres high x centimetres wide x centimetres deep.

My background is that I have a lifelong interest in art and I’ve always designed, built, decorated and made stuff, but didn’t have any formal art education until my mid 50s. I started by learning to draw and did courses in a variety of 2D and 3D techniques culminating in going to the University of Wolverhampton School of Art at the age of 60.

My work has been shown in various solo and group shows and has been selected by juries and curators for events such as Print International, Wrexham (2019 and 2021) and the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair in London (2023).

Most of my work is for sale. Any enquiries regarding price, availability etc. should be sent via the contact page.

Teri Walsh Art

Curriculum Vitae

2018 to 2020 – Ceramic sculpture with Maggie Edwards in Graham Matthews’ studio (The Clay Workshop, Eastbourne)

2014 to date – Member of the Hastings Arts Forum, St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex

2014 to date – Working with Ian Brown at Volcanic Editions, Brighton (screen printing, solar plate etching, monotypes, carborundum collagraphs and multi matrix prints)

2013 to date – Member of the Linchpin Graphics group of artists, Eastbourne

2010 to 2019 – Member of the bip-Art print-making workshop in Brighton (etching, lithography and relief prints)

2007 to 2009 – Studied fine art at Wolverhampton School of Art & Design, Wolverhampton

2001 to date – Numerous courses including: drawing; life class; wood carving; stone carving; ceramic sculpture and print-making

Recent / future exhibitions:

26-29 October 2023 – Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair 2023, London

June 2023 – Bainbridge Open 2023 (showreel), London

May 2023 – Home James at 76, Brighton May Festival Open House

April/May 2023 – Changing Spaces, Hastings Arts Forum, St Leonards-on-Sea

June 2022 – Derby Print Open, Derby

Feb/March 2022 – Of Trees & Roots and Lines, a solo mixed media show, Birley Centre, Eastbourne

Nov/Dec 2021 – PRESS + Play Festival of Print, Brighton (with Volcanic Editions)

Dec 2021/Jan 2022 – Print International 2021, Wrexham

2021 – Various shows at Hastings Arts Forum, St Leonards-on-Sea

Nov 2019/Feb 2020 – Print International 2019, Wrexham

Previous years – various shows (group and solo; open, curated and juried) including:

The Hastings Arts Forum, St Leonards-on-Sea; the Martyrs’ Gallery, Lewes; the Hop Gallery, Lewes; Open Houses in Brighton and Eastbourne; Linchpin Graphics group; 54 The Gallery, London; Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition, Japan; Bede’s School, Eastbourne (artist in residence and an installation for The Merchant of Venice).