Description For such a small island, Terceira is full of traditions, culture, and beautiful scenery. One of the nine islands that make up those azul jewels in the Atlantic, otherwise known as The Azores. Each village has its own decorated (Holy) Spirit House, each village celebrates a number of festivals throughout the year, bringing inhabitants and tourists together. Bull runs and bull fights. Volcanic, rocky coastlines, and black sand beaches. Rolling green hills filled with hydrangeas of all colors. Cows in every field.
Evelyn Curry, Hurlburt Field, Florida Member Since January 2019 Artist Statement Evelyn has spent her life moving around and living in different countries. She was born in California, but grew up between Italy, Germany, and England. As an adult, she has also lived in Chicago, South Korea, The Azores, and Tokyo.
Since graduating with a BA Fine Art from the University of Hertfordshire, in the UK, Evelyn has completed online classes and courses in traditional painting, figurative drawing, portraiture and photography; as well as, marketing and business courses. Evelyn is part of a life drawing group in Toyoda, Tokyo.
Evelyn has exhibited in galleries and shows in London, Miami, Tokyo, Chicago, Cambridge, Lisbon, and Gwangju, South Korea. Evelyn has received awards for her Photo Montage work and Photography work from Fusion Art, London International Creative Competition, Light Space & Time Online Gallery, Your Shot National Geographic and Artavita. Her travel photography has been featured with Lonely Planet, and Vibes Photography.
Evelyn takes commissions for custom Photo Montage Art and Portraits in oils, watercolor or pencil.
Evelyn sells her work with Saatchiart.com, Imagekind.com and FineArtAmerica.com. Her Travel Photography work is sold with Dreamstime.com.
Evelyn has just recently relocated to Florida with her husband and son. She saves all her spare pennies for future travel trips. Evelyn is involved in her local church and Protestant Women of the Chapel. Her other interests include reading pre 20th century literature while enjoying a hot cup of English tea, the beach and hiking.