‘Mrs Damon and Mrs Healey (2nd version)’ by Teri Anne Scoble
Oil on canvas
50x70cm

Winner of Oil Painting Category, judged by Richard Pikesley

‘Mrs Damon and Mrs Healey (2nd version)’ by Teri Anne Scoble

‘Mrs Damon and Mrs Healey (2nd version) was painted a couple of years after the first version, which was exhibited in the BP Portrait Award in the National Portrait Gallery 2013. It is more detailed and the two ladies are in a different pose under the hairdryers.’

Oil on canvas
50x70cm

Website: http://www.teriannescoble.com/

‘The 271 to Arsenal’
Teri Anne Scoble
Oil on gessoed panel
30cm x 40cm
2016
(Included in the BP Portrait Award 2016)

Lisa: How long have you been painting for and what is your artistic background?

Teri Anne: I’ve been painting for as long as I can remember and received my first oil painting kit when I was seven years old. Even though back then, I chose dance/choreography for my career – painting has always been a part of my life. I would set up my easel backstage and paint portraits in-between shows of anyone who would sit for me.

Read the rest of Teri Ann's interview on out blog