Terry Walker

Walker creates collages via consignment, posters, and book-covers.

Materials used: scissors/knives, photo fragments from recycled magazines, colored inks/paint, Yes Paste, on acid free watercolor paper or mat board.

In addition to collage, Walker draws, and paints in watercolor, acrylic art, and oils. He has exhibited widely in Santa Cruz County for over a decade, appearing in many group and juried exhibitions, as well as solo shows.

Biography: T. Mike Walker

Artist, teacher, published author, Wedding Minister, former Board President, current Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Art League.

T. Mike Walker grew up in San Francisco and received his MA in Language Arts from San Francisco State University, where he taught Creative Writing from 1962-1965. From 1960-63 he was a San Francisco Policeman. From 1967-1968 he taught High School English in the Haight Ashbury District in San Francisco. He published two novels about his experiences: Voices From The Bottom of the World, A Policeman’s Journal by T. Mike Walker (Grove Press, 1970); Respect, Hippy High School in the Summer of Love (self-published, 2004). (Both available from www.amazon.com From 1968-98 Walker taught Writing Full Time at Cabrillo Community College from 1968 -98, when he retired from teaching and returned to creating visual art.

Conceptual Art, Mixed Media, Painting