Celene Terry Art Collections
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Artwork by Celene Terry
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Red Dinghy by Celene Terry
Texas Icon by Celene Terry
Milkweed Party by Celene Terry
Texana by Celene Terry
Passageway by Celene Terry
Beavers Bend by Celene Terry
Zinnia Allure by Celene Terry
El Arco by Celene Terry
Miss Gizmo by Celene Terry
Naptime by Celene Terry
Orange Poppies II by Celene Terry
Waiting to be Seated by Celene Terry
Florida Color by Celene Terry
On the Way to Blue Lake by Celene Terry
Come to Me by Celene Terry
Pamela's Petticoats by Celene Terry
In the Spotlight by Celene Terry
Renee's Sunflower by Celene Terry
Classy Chassis by Celene Terry
A Pinch of Salt by Celene Terry
Sanctuary by Celene Terry
Amelia Earhart by Celene Terry
A Prickly Bloom by Celene Terry
Les Portes Rouges by Celene Terry
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About Celene Terry
A member of Southwestern Watercolor Society, Society of Watercolor Artists, and Star Harbor Watercolor Society, Celene paints in watercolor and soft pastel. Known for her vivid use of color and varied subject matter, her work has received multiple awards including Best of Show (Henderson County Art Show and Mineola League of the Arts Annual Show), ribbons every year at the State Fair of Texas 2007-2012 including 4 blues, and 3rd place in watercolor at the Irving Art Association juried Wildlife Show 2010. Her work has been chosen for juried competitions--Southwestern Watercolor Society 2009 & 2011 Annual Show, Gallery Main Street twice in 2010 & 2011, the Irving Art Association 2010 & 2011 Wildlife Show, Society of Watercolor Artists member show 2012 and 2013 International Juried Show, and Richardson Civic Art Society Regional show 2011 and 2012.
About me--I am a retired elementary teacher/principal. Watercolor paintings have always called to me, and I vowed to take watercolor painting lessons when I retired (my only prior art instruction was one high school art class). I discovered watercolor was quite a challenging medium, and I continue to learn with each painting I attempt. My adventure into soft pastel painting began 3 years ago--just love the richness of the pigments and the tactile experience of the application.