I like to work with materials and methods that muddy the ability (and the impulse) to precisely represent something. Water, and wet processes– like corrosion, dye on unsized materials and watercolor are media that frustrate precision and intent and allow unexpected forms and textures to arise.
Ted Sheridan is an architect and artist working in a variety of media including metallic powders, dyes and watercolors. His work explores the visual realm where representation and precision meet abstraction and randomness. Sheridan has practiced architecture in the New York region since 1994 and has completed numerous projects for sound recording, performance, art making and display. He is married to the New York artist Amy Masters.