Terrie Corbett

Terrie Corbett



   2811 Wood Hollow Court, Tallahassee, FL, 32303

"I use traditional painting and drawing techniques combined with personal mark-making to create abstract and expressive paintings in encaustic, oil and cold wax, enamel glass on copper, graphite, or kiln fired glass. I enjoy challenging the rules, the materials, and the processes. I  experiment with a variety of non-traditional tools while adding and subtracting pigments, paper, oil stick, graphite, and pan pastel. I think of  my process as ‘making a painting’ rather than painting. The process is not unlike a Visual Jazz in that each stroke elicits the next as layer after layer is applied to, or taken away from,  a substrate until the painting reveals itself.”

Terrie is a member of  International Encaustic Artists, Council on Culture & Arts (COCA),  Ten Artists Ltd., Encaustic Art Institute, and the Southern Art Glass Alliance (SAGA).

Over the last 20 years, she has served as an artist liaison on the FL Committee for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, as Artists’ Representative on the Board of Directors for the LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, as a member of the Board of Directors for The 621 Gallery, and as Director for Area 9 on the board of Directors for the Florida Artists Group, the oldest arts organization in the State. Terrie also taught for Very Special Arts Florida for many years

She has exhibited throughout the State and around the country. She has received recognition in several publications and awards in a variety of juried exhibitions - local, national, and international. In 2019, She received 1st place award for Creative Tallahassee.  In 2016, she received the Mayor's Award for the "Artful Nude," The Artists' League's Summer Salon held at the Florida State University MoFA.  In 2015, Terrie's work was selected for the "30 for 30" exhibition in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Council on Culture and the Arts. The exhibition held at City Hall, featured the work of 30 nominated artists whose work and influence has contributed to the arts in the community over the last 30 years. In 2014, she received a First Place Award in "Pinnacle - a National Juried Exhibition" held at the Foster Tanner Gallery.

Since 2001, in addition to exhibiting, she has curated, mounted, or coordinated seven exhibitions for regional visual art centers, museums, and art spaces.

In 2016, she mounted "Inner Space," in the Walmsley Gallery, in the Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts featuring work by the Neo Abstract Expressionists' guild.   In 2015, she developed and coordinated an exhibition on the 22nd Floor of the Florida Capitol for the Artists League, FSU MoFA entitled "Encore: of Vision and Variety." 

Terrie’s work is found in several permanent collections: The Florida State University MoFA Permanent Collection as part of the Sonia and Stanley Cohen Collection, The Florida Department of State, and the Florida House of Representatives.

Terrie’s work is represented by Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass in Dallas, Texas.