Born in 1971, Terri Saul was raised in Los Angeles, California, surrounded by journalists, the Angeles National Forest, punk rock, Santa Ana winds, large breaks, and little earthquakes. Katie Kurtz of the San Francisco Bay Guardian described Terri's work as gestural, with a kind of Donnie Darko twist. The story of Terri's work related to bicycling and transportation was featured in a short-film series called Streetfilms, Bay Area Street Portraits. She shows her work in galleries and spaces all over the Bay Area and beyond.
Artwork has appeared in the following galleries and event spaces: ODC Dance Commons, San Francisco, CA; Warehouse 416, Oakland, CA; Mythos Fine Art, Berkeley, CA; Sticks, Berkeley, CA; Workspace, San Francisco, CA; Truman State University, Kirksville, MO; Rasdall Gallery, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; Centre A Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; TAG art gallery, Nashville, TN; The Bike Oven, Los Angeles, CA; Uzoma Art Space, Louisville, KY; Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada; Ad Hoc Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, CA; Nova Art Fair, Chicago, IL; Texas Fine Art Association, Austin, TX; and Women and Their Work Gallery, Austin, TX.
For additional biographically-related media, visit:
Street Films Bay Area Street Portraits
Hell on Frisco Bay