Artworks
Acrylic
24" x 18" x 2"
2018
Acrylic, paper and media on panel
18" x 24" x 2"
2018
Acrylic and media on cradled panel
4' x 5' x 2"
2018

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  • www.teresacox.com updated the Artwork Cosmic Pop
    This piece merges ideas of unexplored spaces with plant forms and abstract symbols.Contains dimensional acrylic paint.
  • www.teresacox.com updated the Artwork Botanic Pulse
    This piece is from my Geo series which includes still-life, specific locales, arrangements with pattern, botanic forms and vibrant color.  
  • This painting is part of my series GEO which merges organic (plant) forms with geometric shapes and references architecture, meditation and tapestries through repetition, linear and symmetrical arrangements.
  • www.teresacox.com updated the Artwork Botanic Pulse
    This piece is from my Geo series which includes still-life, site specific locales, arrangements with pattern, botanic forms and vibrant color.  
  • Although their influences may differ, artists Teresa Cox and Alexander Tylevich share their artistic expression by flattening, fragmenting, and exaggerating form, line and color. In Form and Influence we’ll visit Cox’s world where surreal qualities are exploited through robust color, pattern and shape that suggest an unfolding mystery and theatrical otherworldly environments. “This work is based on ephemera and memories collected while hiking in mountains, forests and gardens.” – Ter…
  • This painting is from my series GEO which merges organic (plant) with geometric shapes and references architecture, meditation and tapestries through repitition, linear and symmetrical arrangements.
  • www.teresacox.com updated the Artwork Botanic Pulse
    This piece is from my garden series which includes still-life, site specific locales and arrangements with pattern, botanic forms and vibrant color.  
  • In Form and Influence we’ll visit 18 paintings of Cox’s where surreal qualities are exploited through robust color, pattern and shape that suggest an unfolding mystery and theatrical otherworldly environments. “This work is based on ephemera and memories collected while hiking in mountains, forests and gardens.” Also in the exhibition are sculptures by Alexander Tylevich