Terrell Lozada (b. 1962) is an American painter and sculptor who uses architectural forms as metaphor for corporeal and spiritual states of being. She is particularly interested in the spatial relationship of the human body to architecture. She represents the internal, emotional world with objects subjected to unreliable or suspended gravity. Her fascination with physical and perceptive spaces began while playing on the tromphe l'oeil stage set of Palladio's Teatro Olimpico near her childhood home in Italy.
Her aesthetic fulcrum is the late 18th century. She is at home with the period’s colors and characteristic tension between restraint and exuberance, particularly as it relates to French interiors and Italian architecture.
She works in a wide variety of media including, bronze, cedar, glass, oil on panel, watercolor and water gilding. She is currently working in tin-glazed terracotta (maiolica) which is allowing her to synthesize color and form. Her work has been shown in cultural centers and galleries in the Pacific Northwest.