Author: Theresa

Rocks at Silverstar II

Flat, jagged stacks of rocks set beautifully against a background of deep greens.

Rocks at Silverstar I

Flat, jagged stacks of rocks set beautifully against a background of deep greens.

Wildflower Dream

Growing freely on the side of a mountain, blowing in the breeze… oh to be truly wild!

Two of a Kind

Even though these trees are from separate hills, they still find a way to grow together.

Mountain ‘Fam’

An affinity for the mountains emerges regularly in my work. I absolutely love being out in the woods and surrounded by them.

Upward Gaze

Changing perspective allows us to see things differently and take in our surroundings in a whole new way.

Rocky Mountain Trail

Ever discovered an amazing little spot that became a highlight of your hike, even more than the actual destination or lookout? This was one of those…

Improve Your Observational Skills with these 4 Sketching Techniques

I like to use these techniques as warm up exercises when I begin a drawing session. They’re great ways to loosen up and where I really begin to observe what’s in front of me, before diving into the serious stuff.

4 Ways to Break Through a Creative Block

All of us artists experience a creative block at some point. Instead of waiting for inspiration to strike, why not try these creative block-busting methods?

The Starving Artist Myth

The idea of the starving artist is not exclusive to artists, but often includes many of an artist’s closest friends, family members and even community partners and supporters.

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