TEAL GARDNER
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RELINQUISH
RESTORE
BE RESILIENT
RECOVER


















WHAT WILL
BE LEFT OF
THIS WORLD
IN THE NEXT
NEW TIME CONSIDERATIONS 
Gouache on Paper // 2021 



2021 - Personal Volcano 
Ash Flow Tuff from Succor Creek, OR, USA
LINK




2020 - signs in the dirt - Series of 8 signs displayed in open spaces around Boise, ID.
Public art project with City of Boise Arts & History Department.
With support from a grant from CCC Fund 2020. (click HERE for more)


Four Years in a Place  - Idaho





Succor Creek, September 2020- part of a nascent video project exploring subjectivity in environment. VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wt1nDk-Yipc
LINK TO DRAWINGS YOU CAN DOWNLOAD 




THE CONFLUENCE//2019
An immersive experience with high schoolers exploring the confluence of issues catalyzed by a proposed Gold Mine on Nez Perce ancestral lands.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON THIS PROJECT



 

Portal Through to What is Next // ANT TELLING// Pied-🕳-terre; 2019
Stoneware - chromium stain - unerglazes



Dewdrop Planet

New works by Teal Gardner

On view @ Maven Boutique
928 W Main St
Boise, ID

10/3 - 10/31, 2019
Opening Reception:
10/3,  6 PM

Selected works:

Hunt and Peck // Stoneware & Underglazes

Interstices // Stoneware & Underglazes


Don’t Bust The Crust // Stoneware & Underglazes



Bodies of the Mesh


New works by Teal Gardner

9/9-10/21, 2019

On view @ GEM Center for the Arts
2417 W Bank Drive
Boise, ID
83705

Opening Reception:
9/9/, 6-9 pm Art Talk @ 6:30

“We are all of us walking communities of bacteria.
The world shimmers, a pointillist landscape made of tiny living beings.”
-Dr. Lynn Margulis
From ‘Microcosmos: Four Billion Years of Microbial Evolution’


Hello Holobiont, In the Driveway // 2019

More Than Together // 2019

Same Body, of Many // 2019

For the First Five Billion Years //2019


TAKE UP A HANDFUL OF CLAY




Take up a Handful of Clay // 2018
Residency at The Creative Sanctuary
Arcata, CA

“Take up a handful of clay...” invited neighbors to a wild clay workshop. People were invited to create objects of local clay which I derived from a disturbed spot in the Arcata Community forest by bicycle. At the workshop people made gifts or offerings to be returned to the woods, stories or talismans or symbols made of clay which after drying out for a few days were returned to the spot where the clay was originally.