Potteries born Terry Woolliscroft works from his studio in the Staffordshire Moorlands. In the 1960s he was so fascinated by the invention of the new acrylic medium that he was inspired to pick up the brush and paint.
He now draws his inspiration from the rather special landscape of the Potteries of North Staffordshire, and is influenced by local artists Reginald Haggar, Jiri Borsky and Maurice Wade. He also enjoys painting seascapes and still life.
His work can be seen on line and in local galleries. He was privileged to have a solo show at The Foxlowe Art Centre, Leek in 2018, and was selected for the Three Counties Open Art Exhibition, Burslem, in 2019.
RECENT EXHIBITIONS and GALLERIES
2019 Three Counties Open Art Exhibition, Burslem School of Art
2018 Foxlowe Arts Centre, Leek, Staffordshire. Solo show
Flying Ducks Art Gallery, Stone, ST15 8ES
The Waiting Room Gallery, Longport, ST6 4ND
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