(Theresa) Terry Marrocco

Terry's lifelong journey as a free spirit in the arts began when she was 6 in Belleville and took painting classes by the bay. Mom's best friend Edith introduced the family to art books, "I never Saw another Butterfly" and Art books on impressionists.

Terry breathed art through high school and has been making art and taking classes ever since.

When Terry was in university, she spent some summers in Southern France. Wild expressive Impressionists such as Van Gogh are swirling in her heart.

She participated in a silent art-based spiritual retreat in Well Springs, New York, retired early from a career in education and became an art therapist.

Terry spent most of her childhood in Cobourg, and returned here about a decade ago because the beautiful lake, rolling hills and pretty, friendly town called her back.

Terry loves to go for long walks in nature, especially near a large body of water.

"Split Rail Splendour"    


"Portrait of Caring"    

    "Neighbour's Dog"    


    "Stone Lady"    




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