Teresa Cole

Scholarly Retreats
Type of work
Scholarly, Visual Arts
New Orleans, LA

A professor of printmaking, Teresa Cole spent her time at A Studio in the Woods continuing work on her series Seamless Belonging, an exploration of identity and place, visualized through handmade paper works.

Professor Teresa Cole holds the Ellsworth Woodward Professorship in Art. She earned a BFA in fiber arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, and received much of her early print education as a working member of Peacock Printmakers in Aberdeen, Scotland. She completed an MFA in printmaking from Cranbook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Ms. Cole has spent time as an artist-in-residence at Khoj Kolkata in India, the Frans Masereel Graphics Center in Belgium and Hardground Printmakers in Cape Town, South Africa. She shows both nationally as well as internationally. Recent public collections include: The Frederick R. Weisman Collection, Los Angeles, California; The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; the New Orleans Museum of Art. Her work is represented at Callan Contemporary in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.