Duffy, Terry (b.1948)

Terry Duffy is an international artist with a reputation for unique and challenging work. He has exhibited in London, Paris, Berlin, Philadelphia, New York, Cape Town, Liverpool and more.

Recent works include The Cope paintings, large semi-circular artworks inspire by a trip to Seville and their fascinating Medieval copes. These works in turn have inspired commissions from major organisation.  The MONUMENTS project was included in the Liverpool Capital of Culture year sponsored by Barclays Bank, followed by the Venice Biennale sponsored by Sothebys, and in 2011 at the Bloomsbury Festival launched by Her Grace the Duchess of Bedford.

Earlier in his career whilst studying at Liverpool Art College he worked with Joseph Beuys, John Cage and later with Roy Adzak in Paris. He has received major awards and international media coverage including in depth coverage on BBC World News.