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.
Her main inspiration draws 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, Pop-Surrealism, and Visionary also influence her thinking and creative process.
She is currently studying traditional Flemish and Florentine Renaissance techniques under the tutelage of the famed Italian master, Adriano Fida. These studies have given her recent work the added influence of more classical traditions and motifs.
Her work is sold and exhibited internationally.
Her home and studio are currently located in Rome, Italy.
Latest blog posts:
- Luca Longobardi – The Ruggine Project - Luca Longobardi – the Ruggine Project Within nanoseconds of meeting Luca Longobardi for the first time, I felt as if I had taken some amazing curative and enlightening drug. I was attending the opening night of an art exhibition by the excruciatingly talented visual artist Fabio Timpanaro, and his work for this exhibition was his… Read More Luca Longobardi – The Ruggine Project
- Seven Centimeters Below The Surface - Seven Centimeters Below The Surface It has been a long time since the thought of nuclear war even seemed like a possibility in my mind. I may be somewhat naive when it comes to our species (admittedly and voluntarily), but I really believed that we humans had evolved to the point where not radiating the… Read More Seven Centimeters Below The Surface
- 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