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Terri Maxfield Lipp is an artist who works in a variety of media, though her focus is mainly on painting and photography. Resistant to being defined by any one particular style, her body of work is a visual diary that reflects her personal exploration of creativity, as a concept and way of life. 

She draws inspiration from the Modernist art movements of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, primarily Dadaism, Symbolism, and Surrealism. Recent artistic movements such as Fluxus, Neo-Expressionism, and Pop-Surrealism, also influence her thinking and creative process.   

Her work is sold and exhibited internationally.
Her home and studio are currently located in Rome, Italy. 


Painting

The Artwork Archive of Terri Maxfield Lipp
An online gallery of her painting

Photography

Click here for an online gallery of her photographic work.
Once there, click on any image to view all photographs in that set.


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