Terry Ward's art has been on display at MoMA, The Corcoran, and a Smithsonian-affiliate, as well as on digital highway billboards from Chicago to Los Angeles. Four museums plus Al Gore and Jimmy Carter own Ward art, as do famed artists Sally Mann and Cy Twombly. Ward's art has been pictured or mentioned in "Smithsonian," NPR.org, "Hyperallergic," NY-1, "ArtGeek," "ArtSlant," and in local media. In a concept new to painting, Terry Ward designs art in series groups able to be mixed and re-mixed, generating new meanings and continually reinventing what "a painting" is. (Ward considers each single panel or each new multi-panel "mash-up" group a painting). Ward had a solo in the New York Mercantile Exchange in the World Trade Center/World Financial Center complex and another solo at an accredited regional museum. By invitation, the artist made the "largest legal street art roof mural in New York City." Ward showed in numerous NYC group shows and hopes for gallery representation. The artist, guest-curator, art-juror, and art-writer is active both in Brooklyn, NY (adopted hometown: Brooklyn's neighborhood of Bushwick) and in Waynesboro, VA. "Street artist" name: GrumpyVisualArtist. (Journalistic or academic use of any of the above, with or without citation, is approved.)
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