Teddy Was born in London and now lives on the south coast of England.

          Conceptually, all works are created using found materials, both natural and man made.

          In the main, the artworks lay claim to being at least 90% reused,recycled or reclaimed (mostly from the sea) including the fixings that secure the frames. The paint is often from discarded pots and forgotten tins found in under stairs cupboards,sheds and of course, skips!

          Bringing these materials back to life is both the challenge and the purpose of these artworks.  

          Teddy has participated in the Brighton Festival Open House event over the last two years and exhibited in Brick Lane and the Bargehouse Oxo Tower, both in London in 2018.

     Teddy will also be back at the Bargehouse in April 2019.

          Teddy has undertaken numerous commissions and works have been sold both at home and abroad.



© 2019 - Teddy H Salad Art

The Process

     Below is an example of a piece during it's early conception, followed by the end result.  Each piece is completely unique and carries it's own identity and with that, contains the essence of Teddy's work.

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Teddy & Barbican Artist Tamara Tolley at The Brick Lane Gallery in London 2018.