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“My art is influenced by Manga, classic cartoons such as Herriman’s Krazy Kat, surrealism, conceptual art, branding and advertising, and Gracie Allen. Language informs much of what I produces as a visual artist. My work ventures into the areas of socio-political, philosophical and psychoanalytical themes. For example, Compassion (below) was inspired by a conversation between Bill Moyers and Karen Armstrong about, of all things, The Golden Rule and the history of what it is, what it means, and what compassion actually is. The gist of the conversation was that compassion is a practice. It’s hard work. It’s not sympathy. It is the practice of putting ourselves into the shoes of another, pushing aside our perceptions in order to reach understanding.”
Terri Lloyd has exhibited her art in many group and juried exhibitions including “Art & Science Collaborations” at New York Hall Of Science, NY; Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT; and Pico House Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; among others. she has been featured in The Billboard Art Project, New Orleans, LA. She received an Honorable Mention award in the Art of Digital Show, juried by Hugh Davies, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, at Lyceum Theatre Gallery, San Diego, CA.
Visit Terri Lloyd’s website: www.terrilloyd.net