Inner Melbourne studio/stockroom, Australia.
See below for Worldwide Art Tutorials
Email: or via the message box.
All enquiries are welcome.
Either direct message or to representative galleries listed below.
PayPal and internet banking transfer available.
Bank SWIFT code supplied for international money transfer.
High resolution images supplied on request.
Small work to $2000 AUD
Medium work $2-5000 AUD (from 61 cm/24")
Large work from $7000 AUD (from 122 cm/48")
Small work to $1000 AUD
Medium work $1-2500 AUD (from 61 cm/24")
Large work from $3000 AUD (from 122 cm/48")
Worldwide Art Tutorials
Learning at home via a series of emails and Skype.
You simply send me photos of your work and/or website and a little about what you would like to know. I will view your work and address your queries by providing suggestions and recommendations to solidify your practice.
I have 25 years experience in teaching painting, drawing and assessment in adult education including Technical and Further Education, University, private classes and individual mentoring.
Questions can relate to any area of practice including technique, showing overseas, preparing for a show, creating a series, social media, website, documentation.
Initial cost for a series of emails and one Skype: AUD250 or USD150
Payment: bank transfer and PayPal
(currently a 5% payment fee applies to PayPal)
'Ms. Brooks is a first-rate talent and I have purchased two of her paintings. In addition she is warm and welcoming which makes working with her all the more pleasant. I have reached across 14 time zones to find Ms. Brooks and it was well worth it.' Robert Frieland, 2019.
‘We have been collecting Terri Brooks’ work since 2001, when we first noticed her work in Melbourne. For the following nine years she became one the most admired artists at our gallery in Sydney, where she exhibited until 2010, when we retired. We currently have nine of her much loved (both large and small) works adorning our walls, and encourage others to add her exceptional artworks to their collections.’ Jan Courtin & Marshall Harris 2019