Terrill Warrenburg is an artist and independent curator living in Brooklyn, NY. Interested in incorporating as many mistakes as possible into her artistic practice, Terrill explores the relationship between digital manipulation and delicate, yet deliberate, hand drawn mark-making. Never considering her work “complete,” she returns to her two-dimensional works at any time, often years later, like an evolving self-portrait. Her work is non-representational and rooted in self-discovery and meditative practice.
Interested in art's ability to foster empathy between individuals, Terrill's curatorial interests include collaborative partnerships, cross-cultural dialog, and alternative media.
Terrill received her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania (2016) in Fine Arts, minoring in Art History and French. Terrill works full-time as part of a small, private Art Advisory and Collections Management firm in Manhattan. Recent exhibitions of her own work include the Staircase Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, Bourica College, New York, NY, the Delaware Contemporary, Wilmington, DE; ArtShare LA, Los Angeles, CA; 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; the Burrison Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; and the Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ.
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