Terry Harrison always loved painting and drawing and studied art at Farnham Art School. He worked as an illustrator and painted in his spare time and in 1984 began painting full time. Throughout his career he always had a full schedule of exhibitions, private commissions and demonstrations. He had always been inspired by Constable and Turner, his favourite subject being the traditional landscape, using watercolour or acrylic. His originals and fine art prints are sold in galleries all over the world. He had written a dozen books which have been sold all over the world, two of which are best-sellers. He had produced many DVDs which can be seen on the Painting and Drawing Channel and contributed regularly to Leisure Painter and Paint magazines.
It is with great sadness that we report that Terry died on the 13th June 2017 after a short illness. It has been a great shock to us as we loved working with Terry so much. He inspired so many of our guests in their paintings during our holidays. He was very hands on in his tuition, worked very hard and he was probably one of our top tutors. He was a well respected artist, inspiring many to paint and will be greatly missed throughout the art world and by us both professionally and personally.