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Teddy Sue

Teddy Sue

Teddy Sue is a portrait artist (born 1971), raised in the Rocky Mountains, Canada. After a fairly conservative upbringing, Teddy Sue renounced the family business, opting for a more creative life. Teddy spent several years studying various artistic avenues including sculpture, typographic design and even tapestry. Finally, in 1997, he was awarded a scholarship to the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design and spent two years exploring a more fine art focused practice. After much...

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Teddy Sue

Teddy Sue is a portrait artist (born 1971), raised in the Rocky Mountains, Canada. After a fairly conservative upbringing, Teddy Sue renounced the family business, opting for a more creative life. Teddy spent several years studying various artistic avenues including sculpture, typographic design and even tapestry. Finally, in 1997, he was awarded a scholarship to the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design and spent two years exploring a more fine art focused practice. After much consideration he decided to drop out of RISD and move to Copenhagen, Denmark, where he joined the Freetown Christiania Movement. Here he learnt the skills of screenprinting while producing promotional material for the community. The movement and process became a love affair for Teddy, and he spent many years in Copenhagen, eventually meeting his wife and starting a family. In 2012, after being attacked by a horse and losing the full use of his left leg, he moved back to the Rockies with his family. He continues to live and work in the mountains, creating his iconic mono-printed portraits.

Jealous is a Contemporary Gallery, print Publisher and printing Studio, based in East London’s creative hub of Shoreditch, with jealous north in Crouch End. We are known for our collaborative approach to producing high quality limited edition prints with many artists, galleries, designers and museums.

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