Terri Roberton’s paintings appear in private collections in New York, Paris, London, Chicago, Seoul, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal.
- Cool Spring Day, 2011 Gwanghwamun International Art Festival (GIAF) in South Korea. The festival purchased the piece for its permanent collection.
- Femme Monologues is a graphic memoir serial by Marusya Bociurkiw & Terri Roberton, which appeared over a 4 month period in Xtra! Toronto and Capital Xtra! (Ottawa). It features a wide-eyed femme discovering lesbianism, vegetarian food, women’s music, and butches for the first time, with short vignettes from a queer/femme/feminist archive, covering such topics as feminist publishing, women’s dances, the new queer cinema, and the re-emergence of butch/femme culture in the 1990′s.
- Cover Illustration for Canadian Women Studies Vol 24, No 2-3 (2005)
Curator and Gallery Manager
At Canadian Fine Arts Terri handles historical Canadian painting from the secondary market and represents many contemporary Artists. She evaluates historical Canadian painting.
As an Arts-Based Researcher Terri has presented her findings at the 2011 Health Equity conference at Ryerson University (Bridging isolation through Co-Creational Culture), the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing annual research conference and has presented numerous guest lectures on the “New Arts-Based Research Methodolgies” in Art & Psychology classes at George Brown College and in the Film and Television department at Ryerson University.
Expressive Arts Therapy
Vice-President of the Ontario Expressive Arts Therapy Association 2009-2013 oeata.ca