Teresa Celemin is an artist working in the Burlington,Vermont area. She was born in the Philippines and grew up outside of Syracuse, New York. At the age of seventeen she won a blue ribbon in the National Scholastic Art Competition and had her work exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC. Her education includes a BFA in illustration from Parsons School of Design and an MFA in painting from the New York Academy of Art where she studied under Eric Fischl (who owns one of her drawings). She has exhibited nationally including at Columbia University's Wallach Art Gallery and St. John the Divine cathedral in NYC. Studio Place Arts Gallery in Barre and the SEABA gallery in Burlington are two of the Vermont galleries where she’s participated in multiple juried shows. A solo exhibit was mounted in 2018 at Speeder & Earl's, also in Burlington. In 2018 her drawing Watching Louis CK Masturbate was included in a juried show at the Flowers Gallery in New York City. She has been accepted as a Fellow at the Vermont Studio Center and begins her residency there in November 2019. Spring 2019 saw her solo show, Works on Paper, exhibited at Studio Place Arts Gallery. Read the review here.
All works © Teresa Celemin 2019. Please do not reproduce without the express written consent of Teresa Celemin.
Find some of her commentary on selected drawings below: