Terrell Lozada

Paris, France

And Sometimes, Why

And Sometimes, Why, references the childhood mnemonic device for vowel usage and speaks to Terrell’s interest in rules and the contexts in which they are broken or disdained—situational ethics as represented by situational linguistics. The Chi Rho, a symbol appropriated as an early christogram, frequently shows up inverted. Ladders represent the defiance of gravity. Her aesthetic fulcrum is the 18th century. The winged image, from Versailles, is the principal element of a series of paintings begun when she moved to Paris in 2018. Watercolor and ink on paper, antique silk velvet.


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