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Telephone or text : 1-250-744-4560

Terrill Welch lives on Mayne Island off the southwest coast of British Columbia, Canada. The Terrill Welch Gallery at 478 Village Bay Rd. in the heart of Miners Bay on Mayne Island in British Columbia is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11-4 from mid May to mid November.

Entering the Terrill Welch Gallery August 5 2017 IMG_8924

The exhibits of Terrill Welch’s paintings change every month to six weeks during the season. If you happen to be “on island” drop in and see what is showing.

Terrill Welch Gallery on opening weekend by Terrill Welch Aug 6 2017 IMG_8961

Visits to the artist’s home studio are also welcome off season. Please email or telephone in advance for an appointment.

Open Studio online and in-person event Nov 8 and 9 2014 Great Room by Terrill Welch 2014_11_07 013

You can also visit Terrill Welch’s online gallery at Artwork Archives at:

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  3. Enjoyed our talk today at the market and really like what you are doing. It is always great to see artists grappling with the same problems. So many solutions to the same dilemma! Good Luck with all your future works.

    • Linda I am so glad that you commented and it was great to slip over to your website and see your work as well! Yes, always great to chat about painting problems with another artist. All the best to you as well 🙂

  4. Hello–

    I found your work “Spring tea,” (16 x 20) oil on canvas, strikingly good. I like placing small thumbnail images of fine artwork in a “gallery” page at where I’m a member. I’d like to include this work with full attribution and a link to your webpage if you wouldn’t mind. I couldn’t afford this painting but I do admire it and lots of people would see it in my “gallery’s” images. I cannot expressly promote its sale but I can credit you as its author and link your homepage.

    • Hello proximity1,

      Yes you have my permission to do as you describe. I am honoured that you enjoy this painting enough to include it in your personal references.

      Just so you know there are prints available of this “Spring Tea” in my redbubble storefront at:

      There are of course not exactly the same as having the original and only have value as a decorative print. However, sometimes this is an option when the original is either sold or beyond reach.

      Warm regards,

      Terrill Welch

      • Terrill,

        Thank you! I’ll put up a thumbnail of “Spring Tea” with the usual gallery notes: title, artist, medium, dimensions & a link to your home page.

        I’d to do the same for “Tumbling red pears,” if you wouldn’t mind.

  5. That is fine and feel free to do the same with other paintings as time goes on. And thank you so much for asking before posting and sharing my work. Most appreciated!

    • I’m so pleased to read this from you because I’ve come back to your site to ask if just that might be possible. Eventually I’d like to add five other works.

      I love the effect of Tumbling Red Pears. I have to tell you
      –though I hesitated to write this because I did not want to provoke anything which might disturb whatever wonderful thing it is that enables you to produce these works–I have spent numerous hours at the Musée du Quai d’Orsay fixed on one or another impressionist painting–usually one by Van Gogh. Your paintings have a similar effect. Your artistic sensibilities, while uniquely yours, seem to have a resonance with what I see communicated through Van Gogh’s pieces. Please don’t take offense at a comparison. Your work is truly original and beautiful–as is his. No mere imitator of Van Gogh, however talented, could ever hope to match this peculiar sensibility. I’m convinced that it must be something innately shared and, for me, your work expresses it in a way that’s of course your own. But these works could easily hang beside anything in the Orsay’s permanent collection.

      It is no wonder to me that collectors snap up your paintings as soon as you finish them. If I had a fortune or was a curator at a major museum, I’d be collecting your paintings with the same interest that I’d have for any work by Van Gogh or Matisse or Raoul Dufy.

      Like theirs, it’s pure pleasure to look upon the “Pears” and “Spring Tea.” So I’d be delighted to add a few others.

      You surely know you have a special gift which is given to very few painters. I moved “The Starry Night” from the primary-picture slot and put the “Pears” there where I want to leave it a while. Later I’ll move “Spring Tea” to that spot for a while.


      • Proximity1, I am humbled by your reflections and thoughts about my paintings! I really don’t know what to say. “I am honoured!” seems somewhat appropriate and “thank you!” I ambled the Musée d’Orsay myself a good number of hours during my visit to Paris in the spring of 2014. I remember feeling like I was visiting with old friends when standing in front of the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings. Your words seem to speak to this experience. There was a special Van Gogh show there at the time and I went to see it twice even though the space was crowded and rather claustrophobic. I appreciate you care in recognizing the originality of my work while you are placing it within a contextual framework of painting approaches. Please feel free to share other work in the same manner as the first two as you wish! It is a pleasure to connect and I deeply appreciate your support. Warm regards, Terrill 🙂

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