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.
Latest blog posts:
- Making Peace With Yellow - As a fan of all things rainbow and unicorns, I appreciate a colorful approach to living. Purple, for example, holds a special place in my heart, and on my head. Red was my very first favorite color when I was three years old, and there are a lot of nostalgic feelings I have regarding that… Read More Making Peace With Yellow
- Colette: The Light Of Lumiere - For a long time I’ve wanted to do a post about the beautiful Colette Lumiere. A few years ago, I ran across a video of her in the process of painting a large scale, segmented, mosaic-style work, in the middle of a street in New York, all the while exquisitely dressed in a white jumpsuit… Read More Colette: The Light Of Lumiere
- Djuna Barnes - Djuna Barnes: writer and artist Djuna Barnes (June 12, 1892 – June 18, 1982) was an American writer and artist best known for her novel Nightwood (1936), a cult classic of lesbian fiction and an important work of modernist literature. She style is also considered to have been one of the early influencers of dark/black… Read More Djuna Barnes