Dominic Terlizzi’s paintings,  Some Day This Will All Be Yours  and  Gray Face  can be viewed at our partner,  13|U ’s Art Windows. The windows are located at 1310 U Street NW and are curated by Hamiltonian Artists.     Dominic Terlizzi  currently lives and works in Brooklyn NY. Recent exhibitions include A Minimal Relief at NEVVEN Gallery, Gothenburg Sweden, and A Spirit Knows A Shadow Shows at Criag Krull Gallery, Santa Monica California. His work has been exhibited in Baltimore, NYC, LA, Philadelphia, Washington, Delaware, Sweden, London, and Mars. He is the director of St. Charles Projects in Baltimore MD. He has completed two monumental public sculptures for the City of Baltimore. He received the Maryland Artist Equity Grant, Hoffberger School of Painting Award, Triangle Workshop Fellowship, PNC Transformative Art Project Grant, and Belle Foundation Grant. He has lectured in Cebu City Philippines, Seoul South Korea, Incheon South Korea, Jeju Island South Korea, Hanzhou China, Shanghai China, Fuzhou China, and Beijing China. He received an MFA from the Hoffberger School of Painting MICA 2008 and a BFA from The Cooper Union NYC 2003. He has taught at MICA, University of Tennessee Knoxville, and Towson University. He is currently the Academic Director of P.I. Art Center NYC.    Terlizzi’s paintings will be up until June 16, 2019.

Dominic Terlizzi’s paintings, Some Day This Will All Be Yours and Gray Face can be viewed at our partner, 13|U’s Art Windows. The windows are located at 1310 U Street NW and are curated by Hamiltonian Artists.

Dominic Terlizzi currently lives and works in Brooklyn NY. Recent exhibitions include A Minimal Relief at NEVVEN Gallery, Gothenburg Sweden, and A Spirit Knows A Shadow Shows at Criag Krull Gallery, Santa Monica California. His work has been exhibited in Baltimore, NYC, LA, Philadelphia, Washington, Delaware, Sweden, London, and Mars. He is the director of St. Charles Projects in Baltimore MD. He has completed two monumental public sculptures for the City of Baltimore. He received the Maryland Artist Equity Grant, Hoffberger School of Painting Award, Triangle Workshop Fellowship, PNC Transformative Art Project Grant, and Belle Foundation Grant. He has lectured in Cebu City Philippines, Seoul South Korea, Incheon South Korea, Jeju Island South Korea, Hanzhou China, Shanghai China, Fuzhou China, and Beijing China. He received an MFA from the Hoffberger School of Painting MICA 2008 and a BFA from The Cooper Union NYC 2003. He has taught at MICA, University of Tennessee Knoxville, and Towson University. He is currently the Academic Director of P.I. Art Center NYC.

Terlizzi’s paintings will be up until June 16, 2019.