another year in LA Group Show

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Porch Monkey, 2020. Acrylic on canvas. 24 x 36 inches.

Porch Monkey has been accepted into the another year in LA GROUP SHOW exhibition. The online exhibition runs May 1 thru June 30, 2021.

another year in LA formerly located at the Pacific Design Center is now an online gallery. For more information please visit the website or call 323-223-4000

In The Court Of The Easter Queen Solo Exhibition with Dab Art

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In The Court Of The Easter Queen © 2020, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 36

Dab Art Co. is pleased to announce IN THE COURT OF THE EASTER QUEEN, a solo exhibition of works from Los Angeles based artist Terri Lloyd.

The exhibition features nine works from the Easter Queen series. Included are photos I used to abstract the stories I have told. If nothing else, it’s fun just to see the old imagery.

The exhibit runs March 6 through June 30, 2021.
Artist talk in May, TBA.

Working Hands, Working Together

Art, Paintings

Above L to R: Camino Encanto, acrylic on paper, 18 x 24 inches; Say Mrs. Sippy, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 36; Learning To Become Objects, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 36


When I started painting with my other hand, I knew the day would come when there would be a convergence of both hands. The paintings above are the beginning of that journey which is a journey of distillation and memory along with the examination of familial dynamics that haunt me today.

I refuse to call this art therapy, and I won’t allow you to call it that, either. It’s not. It’s more psychoanalysis than art therapy.

Camino Encanto is the first painting, and is on paper. Not quite having the courage or confidence to move right on to canvas, paper was the appropriate media for the initial experiment. Immediately, the response to this new approach was incredibly positive, and I felt that I could trust myself and my processes and both my hands.

There is a conversation I have with myself regarding this new direction, “Who’s the artist?” “I am.” “Then paint it however you like.”

I’m digging this liberation.