Dennis Curry’s career as a professional artist began as a fine-art printmaker in 1970, creating works in various original print media. For 37 years he celebrated nature though silk screen, etching, engraving and Mylar lithography.
In 1980 he was introduced to the contemporary printmaking medium of Mylar Lithography at Sid Frances' studio and in 1984 founded Blue Berry Press in Cambria. Dennis lived and created art in Cambria for 18 years as well as operating a significant fine art atelier there and had work featured in four important Cambria galleries as well as showing in the School House Gallery.
In 1982, Dennis made his first trip to East Africa to study big cats and became captivated with the variety and abundance of animals in the African savannah. In 1984, Dennis co-founded Duma African Safaris, and for the next 14 years had the privilege of introducing clients to the wonders of East Africa.
Around 1999, Dennis began creating local landscape in oils. Currently, Dennis is a resident artist at Studios on the Park in Paso Robles, where a gallery of his original graphics and oil paintings are on display.