Café art

Terry Woolliscroft

TERRY WOOLLISCROFT – Painter in acrylics, Leek

INSPIRED TO PAINT

Hundreds of years ago – well, actually in 1978 – I joined the Wedgwood Art Society, in my home town of Stoke-on-Trent. This was my inspiration and motivation to paint.

I started painting in heavy body acrylics and have never moved from this amazingly versatile yet sometimes tricky medium. I use stretched canvas or canvas board and occasionally wood panels. I paint with brushes and palette knives. I work from my studio in the Staffordshire Moorlands.

I have exhibited with Jiri Borsky, Derek Brownsword and Jan Zalud.

I draw inspiration from my favourite artists, the great outdoors, the seaside and the special landscape of The Potteries.

My family, too, is a constant inspiration. My mother was a free hand pottery painter, my sister specialises in Chinese brush painting and my wife Pam draws and is a constant encouragement.

I am mainly self-taught but have attended workshops with professional artists Hashim Akib, Maggie Robinson, Mark Lippett and Andrew Tozer.

Search

Categories