450 Harrison Avenue, Studio #415A
Boston, Massachusetts 02118




Terry Levin has studied art in and around the Boston area for 30 years. She attended the Art Institute of Boston, studied at the DeCordova museum and the MFA. She was a student of the late Dudy Fletcher and Boston area painter Ruth Kates for many years. Ms. Levin has participated in workshops with the well-known portrait painters Daniel Green and Tom Ouilette. She is a member of United South End Artists, SOWA Artists Guild, the Portrait Society of America, the Newton Art Assoc. and the Cambridge Art Assoc. and the Concord Art Assoc. Ms. Levin maintains a studio at 450 Harrison Ave. in Boston.
Her work has been shown in several local galleries and shows including the Boston International Fine Art Show at the Cyclorama. Her work is represented in many private collections.

My primary interest is in portraiture with an emphasis on capturing the essence or spirit of the subject. The portraits or “Faces” range from a minimalist style to a more traditional, painterly treatment of the face. I sometimes use beeswax over the portrait which creates and interesting texture and can give an ethereal aspect to the painting. I enjoy capturing the many beautiful faces of different cultures, children, and the elderly.
I also enjoy exploring still life and endless possibilities to represent the beautiful and special objects in our lives.
The best advice I have ever gotten as an artist is “Paint what you love.”