Meet Terrill,

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Terrill Warrenburg is an interdisciplinary artist, independent curator, and graphic designer living in Philadelphia.  Terrill is interested in incorporating as many mistakes as possible into her artistic practice. Exploring the relationship between digital manipulation and delicate, yet deliberate, hand drawn mark-making, Terrill never considers her work complete and returns to her “paintings” at any time. Terrill's curatorial interests include collaborative partnerships, cross cultural dialog, alternative media, and art's ability to foster empathy between individuals. 

Terrill received her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania (2016) in Fine Arts, minoring in Art History and French. She works full time at Locks Gallery and is a curator at Little Berlin, an undefined artist-run space in Philadelphia. Recent exhibitions of her own work in the past year include the Delaware Contemporary, Wilmington, DE, the Kitchen Table Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; the Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; the International House, Philadelphia, PA; the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, Trenton, NJ; the ALFA Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ; Gallery 66, Cold Spring, NY; and the Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ.

Terrill is also pleased to announce two upcoming solo exhibitions in 2018. The first, April - July at The Academy House, Philadelphia, PA and the second October - December at The Staircase Gallery, Fort Washington, PA. Terrill will also be exhibiting in several upcoming group exhibitions - "Reality Sandwiches" at Artshare LA, Los Angeles and "Six Alumni Painters" at the Burrison Gallery, Philadelphia.

EST & UTC + 5,

Terrill's upcoming curatorial project, EST & UTC + 5, exhibited simultaneously in Philadelphia and Pakistan, is on view through January 28th.

Named after the technical time zones where the artists are located, EST & UTC +5 brings together 10 artists from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and 10 artists from Karachi, Pakistan, in an effort to connect across time and space through the universal language of art.

For more information please read the press release and visit Little Berlin.

Please email all inquiries to terriill.warrenburg@gmail.com