Bio






Teresa Booth Brown is an artist and teacher best known for her use of collage in oil painting, mixed-media drawings, and printmaking. Her collage materials come from a wide range of sources including fashion magazines, discarded teaching materials, and obsolete textbooks. Strong color, abstracted imagery, and architectural geometry distinguish her work. Influenced by her teachers at Bennington College (Pat Adams, Guy Goodwin, and Philip Wofford), Teresa continues with her own students a tradition that focuses on the identification and development of uniquely individual directions. She teaches for the Aspen Art Museum and the Pitkin County Jail, and is summer faculty at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and La Napoule Art Foundation in the South of France.