The Jennifer Lauren Gallery presents a new online solo showcasing and exploring the two worlds of artist and adult survivor Terence Wilde, who uses his art practice as his own form of therapy. For him, it is a distraction, a method of calming and a daily occurrence that keeps him grounded. His creativity runs parallel to his mental health. Terence describes his black and white work as his private, authentic work and his colour work is what tends to sell more. Do pay attention to the titles, as they have as much resonance for him as the artworks themselves.
As part of this exhibition UNFORTUNATELY, Terence will give a talk about his life and how his art practice is his own form of therapy, for one hour on Monday 25 January at 11am. For him, it is a distraction, a method of calming and a daily occurrence that keeps him grounded. We will look at his brilliantly colourful works alongside his more poignant black and white works, and his ceramic pieces. Please book your free place and a zoom link will be sent out.
BSL interpretation and a live transcript through otter will be provided – please let Jennifer know if you have any further access needs.
BSL interpretation, audio of text, subtitled film and audio description of two images