Peter Pease and Pauline Curtiss

Peter Pease and Pauline Curtiss are a father/daughter team and are very excited to be working together to paint one of Jackie Lenth’s stunning African bulls.  Pauline is a professional artist who really knows what she’s doing.  Peter loves to paint, minored in art in college, but went to the dark side and became an attorney.  They have both been supporters of SEF for many years, and are delighted to continue helping all the new African members of our greater family to make full, rich and productive lives for themselves. 


Pauline Curtiss began with a background in fine art, using her creativity to design a variety of finishes and objects to beautify interior spaces. She has focused on creating custom designed patterns, initially hand printing them on interior spaces,  and has expanded to manufacture her patterns into custom rugs, tile and platters.

Pauline Curtiss received her degree in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has been working in the arts for her entire career.  Her interests in patterns begin primarily with fine art. The negative and positive sculptural shapes created by carving wood, stone, or by casting metal. The off-set overlays fashioned by printmaking. The striae of glazes which mimics texture of light and shadows. She has traveled to Spain to study one of her biggest inspirations: 14-16c Moorish stone carvings in mosques. Much of her fine art is commissioned by companies, or individuals.

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Peter Pease has spent more than 30 years litigating cases for violations of federal securities and antitrust laws, and state unfair trade practice claims.  His effective advocacy has elicited favorable judicial comment in courts throughout the nation.  He has served as lead counsel in many securities fraud class actions, prevailing in claims against companies in numerous industries.  He has led many successful prosecutions of acounting firms and investment bankers.

He really isn’t a scary guy...Peter is often seen around Lincoln, always with a smile on his face, with a kind word and listening ear to all he meets and occasionally with a golf club or guitar in hand.