T e r i  D o n o v a n




Teri Donovan is a Toronto-based artist. She holds a Fine Art degree from York University and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto. She studied at The Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, the Ontario College of Art and Design, and the Toronto School of Art. She is represented by The Red Head Gallery in Toronto.

In addition to The Red Head Gallery, Donovan's work has been exhibited at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Hermes Gallery, Halifax, Hamilton Artists Inc., Hamilton, The Latcham Gallery, Stouffville, and ARC Gallery, Chicago. She was also included in Carte Blanche Vol.2: Painting, a Survey of Contemporary Painting in Canada.

Donovan is a multi-discipline artist whose practice spans painting, drawing and photo-based work. She engages issues of perception, memory, and identity, and is interested in patterns that shape thoughts and behaviours. An ongoing concern is the ever-present influence of the past on the present and the future. Using photographs and digital references, Donovan juxtaposes elements to create a visual dialogue that poses questions about perception and agency and the impacts of social and technological change.