BMoCA is pleased to present another chapter in our series of talks in collaboration with Shark’s Ink., the nationally-renowned print studio in Lyons, Colorado. Shark’s Ink. at BMoCA are casual conversations between Master printer Bud Shark, his wife and fellow artist Barbara Shark, and one of Shark’s Ink. resident artists.
The conversation on June 13th will feature artist and teacher Teresa Booth Brown.
About Teresa Booth Brown
Through the use of collage and the addition and subtraction of multiple paint layers, Teresa Booth Brown creates thoughtful compositions that balance form, color, and line. What emerges and what stays hidden are both important in creating relationships of color, shape, and texture. Brown surprises the viewer and gives a new and unexpected experience. She currently lives and works in her home studio on a farm in Colorado. Brown is the Artist Programs Coordinator for the Aspen Art Museum, teaches at the Pitkin County Jail, and is summer faculty at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center and La Napoule Art Foundation in the South of France. She has been awarded several residencies and her work has been exhibited in private and public collections across the nation.
Image: Teresa Booth Brown, Ultimate Metallic Suit (detail) 2017, four color lithograph with digital collage and chine collé, Ed. 20. Courtesy of Shark’s Ink., Lyons, CO. Photo credit: Bud Shark
Stay tuned for the next Shark’s Ink. at BMoCA with Ana Maria Hernando on October 10th.