Terry Strickland

Terry Moore Strickland has a bachelor of fine arts degree in graphic design from the University of Central Florida. Her varied art career includes illustration, silk-screen work, courtroom sketching and teaching. Her clients include such notable establishments as Sea World, Busch Gardens, Greenpeace, the Kennedy Space Center, the Birmingham Museum of Art and Avalanche Press, a publisher of games and books. In 1994 she changed her focus to fine art and now concentrates on gallery and museum shows. She’s currently preparing for a group show at the Whitney Gallery in Savannah, Georgia. Her second solo show at the Hawthorn Gallery in Birmingham, Alabama, is scheduled for November 2008.

To read more about Strickland, see the June 2008 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Here are some works that didn’t appear in the issue.

Fire Burn and Caldron Bubble (oil, 15×15)

The Distance at Hand (oil, 41×32)

Shahrazad Illuminated (oil, 42×28)

Don’t Tell Mama (oil, 20×30)

The Current (oil, 36×50)

Good Night, Sweet Prince (oil, 37×24)

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