Teresa Currie

Eastbourne, East Sussex

I was born in Surrey and now live in the Sussex area. Initially I trained at Croydon Art College and went on to work as a Cartographer and Technical Illustrator before becoming a freelance artist and illustrator.
Currently, I work as a professional artist and tutor and my inspiration for my work is from dreams, landscape, architecture, literature, contemporary and ancient art and wildlife.
Over the course of the years my practice as an artist has covered a diverse range of subjects that have included portraiture, architectural studies, landscape, wildlife, fantasy and allegorical.
My choice of mediums include watercolour, acrylics, soft pastel, pen & ink, pen & wash, charcoal & graphite, inks, Brusho, photography, ceramics, printmaking (screenprints & lino-cuts) and more recently, relief painting involving sculpture.
As a tutor I am involved in continuous research and I believe this has a positive impact on my own work. Furthermore, I believe being diverse and keeping an open mind are essential to being a creative visual artist. Life is too short to limit your creative horizons.
As an artist I have over thirty years experience and have exhibited in London, Surrey and Sussex.
I have sold my work both nationally and abroad.
Presently, I teach and run three art groups and I also visit and demonstrate to art groups in the Sussex & Surrey area.
Should you wish to purchase a work please visit my Etsy shop::http://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/teresacurrieart
or contact me directly.
I am available to hire for demonstrations and workshops in most mediums please contact me for further details.
For commissions on any subject and medium or for a custom order please contact me…


Teach and run three art classes & demonstrate to art groups at self employed
2011 – Present Eastbourne
Cartographer, draughtsperson, technical illustrator & artist at RAC, engineering companies, hotels
1980 – present day London, Surrey & Sussex


PGCE, Art & Design at Northbrook College
Worthing, West Sussex
BA Hons Art History & Classics, First Class at Open University
2000 – 2007