Clean up, Clear out

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Time to clean up and clear out!

Over the past few years, I’ve gotten fairly prolific between Pink Buddha memes, books, advice columns, video making and my visual arts practice. You have cheered me on through the process of navigating between traditional media and digital media, between my right hand and my other hand, my failures and my wins. We’ve had an adventure, haven’t we?

Along the way something I made may have resonated with you. You made a note of it, thinking “Gosh, I really want that!” Only the timing wasn’t right and then, time got away from both of us. 

I get it. 

And now the amount of work sitting in my studio has gotten away from me. So much so, I can no longer get in to what was once my actual workspace. It’s embarrassing. 

To save face, I’m hosting a studio clean up and clear out event. 
It runs privately thru the end of September. (9/30/19)

Between 70 and 80% off.
Operative word: affordable. 

Some things I’m willing to ship.
Framed works are not eligible for shipping. 
Come get ‘em or make your own arrangements for shipping. 

Small and large digitals.
Abstract and figurative. (Yes, abstract.)
Other hand paintings. 

You in?

Message me for the private link.
terri@terrilloyd.net

The Body In Parts

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The Body in Parts

An exhibit of components of the human figure. 

Where: Gestalt Project Space at bG Gallery, Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave #A2, Santa Monica CA 90404

Phone: +1 (310) 906 4211

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11:30am-6pm   

Website: bGartGalleries.com

Opening Reception Saturday, September 7th,  5 p.m. – 9 p.m.

“[The self] is like a cart, which is not other than its parts, not non-other, and does not possess them. It is not within its parts, and its parts are not within it. It is not the mere collection, and it is not the shape.”  -Chandrakirti, “Guide to the Middle Way”

Gestalt Projects invites you to “The Body in Parts”, a group exhibition examining the beautiful vagaries and miraculous unity that can result from our shared physical structure. Based on the Buddhist view of the individual as a bundle of smaller parts forming a larger non-person centered self, artists from around the United States will present art in a variety of mediums using their unique creations of various body parts to form various assemblages of togetherness. Working with representations of our inherently physical limitations, this show hopes to transport the viewer to the metaphysical possibilities of human experience. 

After Open Studio Write Up Hollywood Times Blogger Cynthia Underwood

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Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 3/25/2019)

Saturday March 23rd a group of six entrepreneurial artists held a radical show of their art. Fed up with the system they created a modern day “happening” at the home of Terri Lloyd. MORE

Left Hand Paintings News

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The Diva, 2019, 18 x 24, acrylic on paper

In April, several of the Left-Hand works will be exhibited in a show called Figments at ShockBoxx Gallery in Hermosa Beach.

Figments is a group art show where artists reflect on the relationship with one’s self and topics of mental health, including disorders like anxiety disorder, depression and body dysmorphia. We invite artists to explore both the causation and effects of mental health issues and instability through visual art and writing.

With figments, we aim to destigmatize mental health issues, as well as promote personal growth, a healthy relationship with one’s self, and a positive, supportive community.

Friday & Saturday
April 5 & 6, 2019

ShockBoxx Gallery
636 Cypress Ave
Hermosa Beach, CA

Pink Sunday: Your Alternative To Black Friday

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PINK SUNDAY
Your art and gift alternative to Black Friday

Want a more interesting and thoughtful way to gift loved ones and yourself this holiday season?

PINK SUNDAY may be the alternative you are looking for.

Art and gifts ranging from $10 to $400.

Works on paper and canvas.
Watercolors, Acrylics, Photography, Digital, Jewelry, Assemblage

Featuring the art and wares of:
Anita Finnegan
Is a very unique bead-worker. Using a technique she calls braiding, she brings a wonderful aesthetic to life using glass beads, semi-precious stones and gems, and her own cast silver pendants. Anita offers necklaces, bracelets and earrings, she makes sure to get enough sleep with the amazon backrest pillow in order to be able to work hard.
You can view some of Anita’s works HERE.

Kate Carvellas:
Whether she’s creating mixed media work that springs up form her subconscious or working with found objects to shape assemblages that turn discarded materials into something that vibrates with new life, she’s moved to make the simple profound. Kate will be offering a variety of her intriguing photos.
Learn more about Kate HERE.

Cynthia Underwood:
Mom to Stewie, Art Expert Cat, who spotlight and reviews artists, is both art coach and artist in her own right. As she states: I adore the mess of paint all over me after a day immersed in my studio. I’ve been an artist all my life. Making art feeds my soul, brings me joy and makes me think.
Learn more about Cynthia and Stewie HERE.

Luke Saenz
Is a multiple media artist, embracing street art, assemblage sculptures, collage, painting, metal forging and music. He currently works at Thingergy, where they make things.
Learn more about Luke HERE.

Nina Ehlig
Is proprietress of Tarnished Scorpio, which creates Body Adornments using ancient artifacts, antiques and vintage components along with metals such as Fine Silver, Sterling Silver, 14KTG, 14KTGF, Brass and Copper. Many various Minerals and Gems are incorporated into the wearable artwork which includes Earrings, Neck Pieces and Bracelets.
Take a peek at Nina’s offerings HERE.

Terri Lloyd
Zen in one hand, Gonzo in the other. The work Terri generates reflects both a quirky humor and love of language. Her work ventures into the absurdities of sociopolitical, philosophical and psychological themes.
Learn more HERE.

Pink Buddha:
Playfully disrupts the status quo. Pink Buddha hopes to restore magic and wonder in the world, by getting adults to lighten up. PB will be handing out flower bombs and granting wishes at its wishing-well installation. Exact time of arrival TBA. Learn more about Pink Buddha HERE.

Sunday, November 25, 2018
Noon until 6 pm

340 North Avenue 61
Los Angeles, CA 90042

For more info please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1192884087526109/

See you there.

 

 

 

 

PINK SUNDAY Open Studio, An Alternative To Black Friday

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As an Open Studio alternative to Black Friday, Pink Buddha and friends are hosting PINK SUNDAY, an afternoon filled with a wide variety of affordable artistic gift offerings and holiday fun.

 

Featuring the work and wares of:
Anita Finnegan
Cynthia Underwood
Kate Carvellas
Luke Saenz
Nina Ehlig (Tarnished Scorpio)
Terri Lloyd

Light snacks and festive beverages will be available.

Digital art, collage, watercolor, works on paper, jewelry, assemblage, photography, and a whole bunch more!

Please note that this is an Open Studio in a residence that is home to cats and a large bird.

Street parking.
Stairs.

Email or message for address/rsvp.