Opening Reception | Terry Boyd: I Can't Say That I Don't Know That I'm Alive

Opening Reception | Terry Boyd: I Can't Say That I Don't Know That I'm Alive

Courtesy the artist and Cindy Lisica Gallery But There Are Limits To Our Human Ability To Even Conceive Greatness, 2016, Embroidery thread on linen, 13 x 13 inches


Tuesdays-Saturdays, 6-8:30 p.m. and Sat., Nov. 12, 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Continues through Nov. 12 2016

Location Info:

Cindy Lisica Gallery
4411 Montrose Blvd. Suite F
Houston, TX  77006
PRESS RELEASE | TERRY BOYD I Can’t Say That I Don’t Know That I’m Alive 4411 Montrose Blvd. Suite F, Houston, TX 77006 713-807-7760 | Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 14th, 6-8:30PM Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10:30-5:30 Exhibition on view through November 12th, 2016 Terry Boyd is a multi-platform artist who uses performance and fiber art to explore the mind and human experience within his art practice. His recent body of work employs unconventional drawing, painting, and embroidery techniques to connect audiences to lost memories, forgotten dreams, and personal histories. The layered and meditative nature of his process serves as a visual mantra for both artist and viewer alike. His solo exhibition, I Can’t Say That I Don’t Know That I’m Alive, brings a range of works on linen, canvas, and paper, as well as installations for Sculpture Month Houston. Boyd holds a BFA in Painting and Master of Art from Carnegie Mellon University. He has shown in Miami, New York, St. Louis, Toronto, Houston, Portland, Pittsburgh, and Washington DC, including the Smithsonian. He completed a sought-after residency in Bhutan in 2015 and has appeared in VICE, Glasstire, Treading Art, Venison Magazine, and several other art publications. He was honored “Best in Show” at the Three Rivers Art Festival and the 2014 Eben Demarest Trust Award, joining the likes of Jackson Pollock.
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