Teresa Burrelsman is a Seattle artist working in oils and mixed media. Her architectural and environmental background influence themes including human connections to nature, form and structure, color harmonies and biological patterns.
“The Energy Show” national juried group exhibit, “Leverage I & II”, pastel on paper, July 15th – August 15, 2011 at the Hotel Hadley Studios, Siler City, NC.
Heaven & Earth 3 Outdoor Art Exhibit, “Holdfast” Installation, mixed media, July 9 – October 9, 2011 at the Tideflats satellite at Point Shilshole Beach, Seattle, WA.
Group Exhibit: “Oil Spilling on the Ridge” group show, July 11- August 2, 2010 at Art on the Ridge, 7601 Greenwood Ave. N, Seattle, WA
Solo Exhibit: selected works from “Contemplation” series, January 23 – April 30, 2011 at the Shelton Civic Center, Shelton, WA.
Group Exhibit: selected works from “Contemplation” series, January 27 – April 22, 2011 at the Allied Arts of Yakima Gallery, Yakima, WA.
Two Persona Exhibit: “Contemplation: Still Life Drawings in Pastel & Mixed Media”, August 15-September 28th, 2010, at the UUC Gilmartin Gallery.
Solo Exhibit: ”Memories of Africa”, oil on canvas, February 2010 at Cascadia Green Building Council as part of the Pioneer Square art walk.
Solo Exhibit: “Memories of Africa”, oil on canvas, November 2009 at SPACE in Fremont, Seattle, WA.
2009-2011: Studying at Gage Academy of Art, Seattle
2005-2007: Classes at Pratt Art Institute, Seattle
2000: Sustainable Building Advisor Program, Seattle Central Community College
1997: Master of Architecture, College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture, University of Arizona
1992: Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, School of Fine & Applied Arts, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign