Terri Rolland


Terri Rolland has lived and worked in New Mexico for nearly 30 years. She received her BFA from Moore College of Art in Philadelphia; and studied at Tyler School of Art in Rome, Italy. She has taught painting and drawing at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and at Pennsylvania State University, Ogantz. She has exhibited her work in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, New York, Philadelphia, Denver and Santa Cruz, including four solo exhibits with Linda Durham Contemporary Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and a solo exhibit at Lemmons Contemporary in New York. Terri is a 2008 Grant Recipient from the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation. She was a fellow at Mac Dowell Colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire in 2004, and a resident at Jentel Colony in Sheridan, Wyoming in 2006. She received a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant in 1988. Her work has been widely reviewed, including twice in Art in America. She is represented by Gallery Fritz in Santa Fe, where she will exhibit her work in a two-artist exhibition with sculptor Jeff Kruger entitled Out There, opening March 29th and running through April 22nd, 2019.