About Terry Rammell

I was born in British Columbia growing up in remote logging camps in the rugged beauty of Vancouver Island and the interior of the province. Painting and drawing have always been a passion for me and after retiring from teaching in Ontario I pursued a diploma at Sheridan College in Oakville, art classes at Dundas Valley School of Art, summer classes at Halliburton School for the Arts and ultimately a Fine Arts Degree at York University in Toronto.
In 2011/12 I completed first and second year Print Making at Capilano University before studio arts was abruptly cut out of the program at CapU in 2014.
In September 2015 I completed a 3 year Experimental Machine and Hand Stitching program at Gail Harker Creative Centre in La Conner, Washington.

Inspiration for me comes first from family. My brother and sister in law are both sculptors and my mother provides a source of strength as a woman who as made her way in the world in spite of incredible losses in her life.
Other artists work, both historical and contemporary, life drawing, nature, animals and traveling diverse physical landscapes are boundless sources of material.
My favourite work spaces are outdoors working off the tailgate of the pick up truck beside a river, mountain, field, forest or in front of a heritage home surrounded by gardens.



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Artwork by Terry Rammell

Nine Bark and Flowering Cherry Leaves




Botanical Scraps




Traces




Breakthrough




VanGogh's Flowers




Atwood on Equity




Pat's Linen




Paddle Bag




Exhibition Artwork by Terry Rammell

Grannie's Garden Dye Pot
Botanical Reflections

Grannie's Garden Dye Pot

The Rogue
From a Tiny Seed

The Rogue