Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine,1988.

Bennington College, Bachelor of Arts, Painting and Sculpture, 1985.

Reed College, Young Scholar Program, Art Department, 1981. 

Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, Oregon, 1979.


Awards and Residencies

Cultural Vibrancy Fellowship Grant, city of Aspen, Colorado, 2023.

Dedication to the Arts Award, The Art Base, Basalt, Colorado, 2022.

Ucross Foundation Residency, Ucross, Wyoming, 2022.

Marion International Fellowship Award, SUNY Fredonia, 2019-20.

Ucross Foundation Residency, 2019.

La Napoule, Artist-in-Residence, Mandelieu-la-Napoule, France, 2019.

Campo Artist Colony, Visiting Artist, Pueblo Garzon, Uruguay, 2019.

Shark’s Ink, Invitational Residency and Print Edition, Lyons, Colorado, 2017.

Ucross Foundation, Residency, 2016.

Shark’s Ink, Invitational Residency and Print Edition, 2014.

Ucross Foundation, Residency, 2013.

American Academy in Rome, Visiting Artist, Rome, Italy, 2012.

Ucross Foundation, Residency, 2010.

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Artist-in-Residence, Snowmass Village, Colorado, 1989-91.


Solo Exhibitions

2022  Basalt Public Library, Old books, New Language, Basalt, Colorado.

2020  Marion Art Gallery, SUNY, The Neo-Quietism Project, Fredonia, New York.

2020  Skye Gallery, Chromophore, Aspen, Colorado.

2020  Michael Warren Contemporary, Fluid Dynamics, Denver, Colorado.

2019  Ucross Foundation, Response to Place: COLOR. 

2018  Michael Warren Contemporary Gallery, BOLD.

2017  Denver Botanic Gardens, Color, Denver, Colorado.

2016  The Wyly Art Center, Anomalies: Recent Paintings and Collages, Basalt, Colorado.

2016  Michael Warren Contemporary Gallery, Equations: Recent Small Paintings

2015  Ironton Studios and Gallery, Mind Over Matter: Works on Paper, Denver, Colorado.

2014  Michael Warren Contemporary Gallery, Layered Perspectives

2013  Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Paintings, Drawings and A Unified (Edible) Scheme

2013  Quintienz Gallery & David Floria, Recent Work, Aspen, Colorado.

2012  Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, A Unified (Edible) Scheme, Boulder, Colorado.                          

2011  Rule Gallery, Thought-Forms: Recent Work, Denver, Colorado. 

1996  Margo Jacobsen Gallery, Mental Architecture: Recent Paintings, Portland, Oregon.   

1991  Braunstein/Quay Gallery, Recent Paintings, San Francisco, California.


Selected Group Exhibitions


2022    University of Colorado Art Museum, Boulder, Colorado, Onward and Upward: Shark’s Ink.

2022    Basalt Public Library, Capsule.

2022    Aspen City Hall, Aspen, Colorado.

2022    Michael Warren Contemporary.

2022    The Art Base, Circle Group, Basalt, Colorado.

2020    Straight Line Studio, What's in Your Queue?Snowmass Village, Colorado.

2020    Carbondale Council on the Arts, The Flashcard Project, Carbondale, Colorado.

2020    Michael Warren Contemporary, Six Feet Apart

2020    Red Brick Art Center, Artists at the Intersection of Technology, Aspen, Colorado. 

2020    Michael Warren Contemporary, Prints from Shark’s Ink.

2019    Arvada Center, Colorado Abstract and Year in Review 2019, Denver, Colorado.

2019    Colorado Mountain College, Bauhaus Inspired, Aspen, Colorado.

2018    Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan Edition, New York, New York. 
2017    Republic Plaza, Industrial Strength, Denver, Colorado.

2017    Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Small Objects.

2017    Redline Art Center, Between the Medium: Seeing Photographically, Denver, Colorado.

2016    University of Colorado Boulder, Shark’s Ink/History of Visual Arts Boulder, Boulder, Colorado

2016    Metropolitan State University, Center for Visual Art, Colorado Women in Abstraction, Denver, Colorado.

2016    Redline Art Center, Drawing Never Dies.

2015    Tieton Arts & Humanities, 10x10x10xTieton, Tieton, Washington.

2014    Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Nothing Is Ever What We Think.

2014    Socrates Sculpture Park, Skowhegan PERFORMS, Long Island City, New York.

2013    Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and Denver Botanic Gardens, CSArt, Denver & Boulder, Colorado.

2012    Denver Art Museum, Open for DesignDenver, Colorado, 

1994    Robischon Gallery, Gallery Artists, Denver, Colorado. 

1991    Esther Saks Gallery, Subtle Balances, Chicago, Illinois, 

1989    Aspen Art Museum, Roaring Fork Annual, Aspen, Colorado.


Presentations, Lectures, and Arts Advocacy

Art Base, guest moderator/interviewer, 2023.

Art Base, guest moderator/interviewer, 2022.

Aspen Art Museum, guest artist presenter, Slow Look LiveMeditative Looking, 2020.

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, guest artist speaker, Teresa Booth Brown with Shark’s Ink, 2019.

Western Colorado Center for the Arts, visiting critic, Grand Junction, Colorado, 2018.

Aspen Art Museum, panelist, The Great Debate, 2017.

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, moderator, Ritual and Art-making with Tom Sachs, 2017.

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, vice president, board of directors, 2012-2017.

University of Colorado Boulder, guest artist speaker, Shark’s Ink and the History of Visual Arts Boulder

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, panelist, Contemporary Art Making with Tom Sachs and Tom Healy, 2016.

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, summer faculty lecturer, 2015.

Public Gardens Association Conference, panelist, Cultivating Community, 2014.

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, visiting critic lecture, 2013.

Denver Botanic Gardens Curatorial Department, volunteer, CSArt program, 2013.

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, guest artist lecturer, Your Brain on Art: Smell, Taste & Memory, 2012.

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, guest artist lecturer, Visual Arts Conference, 2012.

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Panelist, Best Teaching Practices, 2012.



Aspen Art Museum, director of education and community programs, 2022 - present.

Wyoming Girls School, guest artist teacher, Sheridan, Wyoming, 2022.

·Workshop on clothing, identity, conformity, and self-expression.


Aspen Art Museum, artist programs coordinator, education department, 2018 - 2021.

·Responsible for creating and implementing programs for the local community.

Programming includes: Aspen Art Museum Artist Fellowship, visiting artist lecture series, visiting critic sessions, art-making/social events, Teen Artist Program, and mentoring support for community artists and arts organizations. 

·Support for educational initiatives for youth, teens, seniors, community, and jail inmates.


Pitkin County Jail, art instructor, Aspen, Colorado, 2017- 2020.

·Programs for inmates with restricted materials and a new and unknown group of students each session. Instruction includes basic drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture skills, discussion of contemporary art, art critique, mentorship for incarcerated artists, and meditation.


La Napoule Art Foundation, summer faculty, 2019.

·Workshop in the South of France on the Mediterranean, focused on water, L’eau.

Instruction focused on a different daily perspective of the ocean: the surface, underwater, travel across the water, water seen from a distance, and water from memory using watercolor, colored pencil, charcoal, graphite, pen and ink, collage, and meditation.


Anderson Ranch Arts Center, summer faculty, 2014 - 2019.

 ·Workshops in painting, drawing, printmaking, and collage include: 

Small Format Painting, Beginning Painting, Advanced Painting, Concrete to Abstraction, Simple to Complex,

Basic Drawing, Drawing Boot Camp, Contemporary Collage Practice, Big Ideas in Mixed Media, Dynamic Media, Collage Techniques, and Black Mountain College/Josef Albers Color Exercises.


Wyoming Girls School, guest artist teacher, Sheridan, Wyoming, 2019.

·Workshops on meditation, abstraction, and collage.


Carbondale Council on the Arts, guest artist teacher, 2019.

·Successful Application Strategies Workshop for Artists.


Northern Wyoming Community College, visiting artist, Sheridan Wyoming, 2019.

·Collage workshop.


Carbondale Council on the Arts, visiting critic, 2018.


Western Colorado Center for the Arts, workshop instructor, Grand Junction, Colorado, 2018.

·Advanced Artistic Practice Workshop: Studio set-up, Photographing work, professional communications, websites, individual work direction.


Anderson Ranch Arts Center, interim director of painting, drawing, and printmaking, 2017.

·Overseeing staff and faculty for 50+ workshops and 300+ students, visiting artist programs and lectures, and teaching responsibilities.


Aspen Institute, Aspen Ideas Festival, workshop instructor, Aspen, Colorado, 2017.

·Buon Fresco workshop: Panel preparation, pigment grinding, pigment application.


University of Colorado Denver, Denver, Colorado, visiting artist, 2017.

University of Colorado, Denver, visiting artist, 2016.   

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, visiting critic, 2013.

Denver Art Museum, workshop instructor, 2012.

Culinary School of the Rockies, Boulder, Colorado, classroom instructor, 2008-12.

Boulder Valley School District, Boulder, Colorado, art workshop instructor, 2006-09.

Colorado Mountain College, painting instructor, 1990-92.

Aspen International Design Conference, Aspen, Colorado, workshop instructor, 1991. 

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, special education program director, 1989-91. 

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, children’s program instructor, 1989-91.

Aspen Art Museum, instructor,1989-91.

Presidio Hill School, San Francisco, California, art instructor, 1985-89.


Selected Reviews, Interviews, and Publications

SUNY Fredonia, video, “Teresa Booth Brown, The Neo-Quietism Project,” 11/1/2020.

Observer, “Art Gallery Exhibition to Feature Works from Marion International Fellowship Recipient,” 11/1/2020.

Aspen Daily News, “Aspen Artist Explores Color in Chromophore on Display at Skye Gallery,” 10/9/2020.

Aspen Times, “Teresa Booth Brown’s Chromophore opens at Skye Gallery in Aspen,” 10/8/2020.

Luxe Magazine, “Teresa Booth Brown: Piece Maker,” May/June 2019.

Ucross Foundation, catalog, “Response to Place: COLOR,” 2019.

Wyoming Public Radio, interview, "Artist Uses Rich Landscape to Help Inspire Artists," 5/3/2019.

Sheridan Public Media, interview, "Public Pulse," 4/25/19.

Westword, “Michael Warren Mines Aspen’s Artistic Gold,” 8/8/2018.

Vimeo, video, “Teresa Booth Brown and the Making of ‘Mammoth,’”2018.

WestwordCreatives 3.0: Teresa Booth Brown,” 5/25/2017.

Westword“Industry and Nature at Michael Warren Contemporary,” 8/9/2017.

Soundcloud, interview, “Teresa Booth Brown with Genna Moe”, 2016.

The Denver Post, “Colorado Women in Abstraction Cuts Across History,” 8/12/2016.

Boulder Weekly, “Good to Print”, 10/27/2016.

Metropolitan State University, catalog, “Colorado Women in Abstraction”, 2016.

Westword, “Best of 2016: Mind Over Matter: Best Show Done With Erasers.”

Westword, “Teresa Booth Brown Showcases Her Formal Arrangements,” 1/19/2016.

Westword, “Teresa Booth Brown Teaches Addition and Subtraction,” 10/24/2015.

Tieton Arts and Humanities, catalog, “10x10x10xTieton 2015.”

Westword, “Best Abstract Painting Show: Layered Perspectives, 2015.

Westword, “Abstract Painting Shows,” 9/24/2014. 

Print Editions, “New Releases of 2014.”

News of The Print World, “Selected New Editions 2014.”

Colorado Public Radio, Colorado Matters, “Buying a Share of Art: CSArt Program,” 2013.

Snowmass Sun, “Good Enough to Eat,” 10/2/2013. 

Boulder Daily Camera, “Food as Art, An Edible Exhibit,” 3/4/2012.

Selected Collections

Anderson Ranch Arts Center

Bennington College

Fidelity Investments

Shark’s Ink Print Archive

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

State of Colorado, Mesa University Tomlinson Library

US State Department

University of Colorado Art Museum (CUAM), Boulder

Viceroy Hotel, Snowmass Village


Michael Warren Contemporary Gallery, Denver, Colorado.

Skye Gallery, Aspen, Colorado.