About The Artist
Dominic Terlizzi currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Recent exhibitions include: A Minimal Relief at NEVVEN Gallery in Gothenburg, Sweden and A Spirit Knows A Shadow Shows at Craig Krull Gallery in Santa Monica, California. His work has been exhibited in various locations across North America including Maryland, Delaware, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania, New York City, and California. Terlizzi's work has also been exhibited internationally in Sweden and London. He is the director of St. Charles Projects in Baltimore, MD and has completed two monumental public sculptures for the City of Baltimore.
He received the Maryland Artist Equity Grant, Hoffberger School of Painting Award, Triangle Workshop Fellowship, PNC Transformative Art Project Grant, Belle Foundation Grant, and was a 2019 nominee for Rema Hort Mann emerging artist grant. He has lectured in Cebu City, Philippines; Seoul, South Korea; Incheon, South Korea; Jeju Island, South Korea; Hanzhou, China; Shanghai, China; Fuzhou, China; and Beijing, China. Terlizzi received an MFA from the Hoffberger School of Painting (MICA, 2008) and a BFA from The Cooper Union (NYC, 2003). He has taught at Maryland Institute College of Art, University of Tennessee - Knoxville, and Towson University. He is currently the Academic Director of P.I. Art Center in New York City.