“ Audrey Welch has refined her painting to be no more or less than the tracks of her journey from blank canvas to overlays of colour and line; within that narrow space she creates universes.”
Tony Apesos, MFA Faculty, Art Institute of Boston
“the paintings of American-born Audrey Welch, who has lived on the far side of the Pacific for many years, exemplify a kind of contemporary international-style abstraction . . .The sophistication of Welch’s work appears to derive equally from studio practice, life experience and observation of other contemporaries’ works.”
Kenneth Baker, Art Critic, San Francisco Chronicle
Audrey Tulimiero Welch is a Visual Arts painter. Born in the USA, Welch received her MFA from the Arts Institute of Boston at Lesley University. Her paintings investigate the subject of place using structures from cartography to speak of our interconnectedness. Welch’s work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally and is included in numerous prestigious public and private collections, including: Google, San Francisco; Ronald Mc Donald House, Perth, Western Australia; Trump International Hotel, New York; and the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Muscat, Oman. Currently, Linton & Kay Galleries in Perth and Nancy Toomey Fine Art in San Francisco represent her work. Museum exhibitions include: Frauen Museum, Bonn, Germany; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rental Gallery; Bade Museum, Berkeley, California, Coos Bay Art Museum, Oregon, and the Museo Italo Americano in San Francisco. The artist resides in Perth, Western Australia.