Theresa is a wife, mother, and artist living and painting in arguably the most beautiful place in the world, the vast and varied expanse we call Alaska.
She loves to travel all over Alaska exploring everything from Denali National Park, to the ice carvings in Fairbanks, to tiny coastal communities, to the rivers and tundras and all the wild lands in between. Her travels are not limited to Alaska, and Theresa finds art inspiration wherever she goes.
Theresa draws inspiration for her art from all that she sees and experiences in the great outdoors, from epic scenery and abundant wildlife, from the tallest peak to the rocky coastlines, to the people and places that make Alaska so special, to nature in its abundance of treasures large and small.
Throughout her life Theresa has always been fascinated by the interplay between land, water, sky, nature and the human experience, and often chooses as her subjects the places where these elements meet and interact.
Theresa and family currently live in an old log cabin on a lovely homestead on the Kenai Peninsula, where she gardens, picks berries, and enjoys her many chickens and ducks and the frequent moose that stroll through her yard. She loves sharing nature and her beautiful home state with others, through her art, or the stories and photos she shares on her blog.