Auction Sneak Peek #6
Ahhh wouldn’t you love to bring more peace into your home? Here is a golden opportunity. Third and Wall Art Group has generously donated this original painting to the WPIG art auction!
This piece measures 16 x 20” and retails for $900.
About the Donor:
Third & Wall Art Group, LLC is a Seattle-based art company founded in 2005 by a diverse group of professionals dedicated to creating an environment where artists, clients and employees can enjoy the freedom and inspiration to create, innovate and prosper. Third & Wall takes a unique approach to the decorative market by mentoring and promoting the best and brightest contemporary artists, and partnering them with clients to infuse unique, trend-setting styles into the appropriate market channels. The result is a mutually beneficial symbiosis between artist, client and the client’s market channels. Third & Wall currently represents the original artworks, print-on-demand giclées, fine art posters and alternative wall decor products of more than 30 artists, and continually offers trend-forward contemporary imagery and consultation to corporate, hospitality, healthcare, retail and residential clients.
About the Artist:
Terri Burris was born in Los Angeles, California, and grew up in sunny Hermosa Beach. She developed her interest in art at an early age, under the magical guidance of two neighbors, who became her first teachers. After studying art and painting in college, Terri went on to work as a graphic designer professionally for fifteen years. Bolstered in an extensive career in textile, graphic and ceramic design, and feeling the need for more spontaneous control of her artwork, she returned to her first and greatest love, painting—a vocation that she pursues avidly in addition to her role as a buyer for The Rose Café, a local gift shop in Venice, California.
Terri is a recipient of the Image-Ination Award and a selected artist of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Rental and Sales Gallery. She has exhibited at SKGallery in Venice, CA; Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, CA; Long Beach Arts in Long Beach, CA; Fred Segal in Santa Monica, CA; and Finegood Gallery in West Hills, CA. She studied at El Camino College and Palomar College in Southern California. She continues to create living memories with her husband and little boy in her native Los Angeles.