“I’ve always considered myself somewhat of a folk artist. Not self-taught, but greatly influenced by my surroundings and characterized by a naïve style in which traditional rules of proportion are not employed, but evidenced in my art.”
Originally from Indiana, Terence Ulrich now resides in Ventura, California with his beautiful wife and daughter. He has illustrated numerous articles and covers for magazines and newspapers across the United States and his fine art hangs in private collections around the world.
His work, which he characterizes as “urban folk art,” demonstrates a style developed after living in Los Angeles for six years and is often reminiscent of vintage folk and circus art. He has provided paintings and illustrations for publications across the country including The Portland Mercury, Seattle Weekly, OUT Magazine, LA CityBeat, LA Weekly and the VC Reporter.
In addition to his published work, Mr. Ulrich’s art has been exhibited in numerous gallery shows across the country.
- Art Ghoulery (group show) — Weekend of Horrors/Isolation Threads exhibit - Burbank, California 2010
- Ventura ArtWalk — Stoneworks Studio & Gallery - Ventura, California 2007-2010
- Be A Saint (group show/auction) — Sylvia White Gallery - Ventura, California 2010
- The Works of Terence Ulrich — Anacapa Brewing Company - Ventura, California 2009
- Streetscape Mural Project — City of Ventura - Ventura, California 2007
- James Brown's Visual Soul (group show) — Augusta, Georgia 2006
- San Francisco International Art Exposition — Nathan Larremendy Gallery exhibit - San Francisco, California 2005
- Group Show — Nathan Larremendy Gallery - Ojai, California 2005
- Small Works (group show) — Muse Gallery - San Diego, California 2003
- Terence Ulrich and Ryan Kelly — Gallery Bink - Portland, Oregon 2002
- 12-07-01 (group show) — Gallery AD - San Jose, California 2001
- Guapo y Fuerte (group show) — Gallery AD - San Jose, California 2001
- Uncommercial Art by Commercial Artists (group show) — La Luz de Jesus Gallery - Los Angeles, California 2001