Cullen Peck is a contemporary figurative artist born in Atlanta Georgia. Although drawn to visual arts throughout her youth, it was not until a minor in studio art at New York University that she began to take her craft seriously. She moved to Florence, Italy, and studied with modern Renaissance master Alan Pascuzzi before moving on to study painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze. While her work has moved away from traditional techniques, it is still deeply influenced by Italian Renaissance proportions and iconographies. Her current body of work focuses on the dreamscapes and memories of childhood, as well as the intersections of her own motherhood with the child she once was.
Her paintings and drawings can be found in private collections in Spain, Italy, Canada, Brazil, and the US. She has recently relocated with her family to Saint Simons Island, Georgia, after a decade in Italy. Since returning home she has also been commissioned for public murals and works extensively in portraiture.