While on an art retreat with my fellow painters, this little guy kept coming up to us to be fed. He was extremely tame and that is why I got such a great reference pic for this painting " The Beav" I actually think he is a woodchuck but no matter
Recent Watercolour Paintings
My recent visit to Nova Scotia inspired these watercolour paintings. I cant get over the beauty of the area.
Recent Paintings- Acrylic
I took a course this summer with Marc Grandbois who introduced me to some different colour combinations and techniques. Ive been having fun playing with them in these recent acrylic paintings. As an artist we are always growing and learning from fellow artists
Meet Donner our rescue kitty of 7 years. 24 x 18 acrylic Get that feeling you are being watched then you look around and you are trapped under the penetrating gaze of the boss of the house. You don't dare move because he may pounce or worse give you more disapproving looks. Don't move by... Continue Reading →
Original artwork by Teresa Davies Please contact me for sizes and pricing
My painting "Awaken" has sold at the Mystery of the Park Show at Algonquin Visitors Centre. Great show if anyone wants to take the fall drive. So many beautiful pieces for sale.
Mystery of the Park 2019
Im happy to be participating in the Mystery of the Park Art show in Algonqion Park at the Visitor Centre. This is my third year in this show. The artwork is so colourful as artists paint their impressions of the park. Worth the drive as the fall colours are just starting to peak.
In a Jam
Well it’s been a long time coming but I finally finished another painting in my Cohabitate series. In a Jam is meant to start a thought or a conversation about the dwindling habitat for our wild animals as the city spreads out. Forest and farmlands are being devoured by the demand for housing which is... Continue Reading →
Second painting in my Cohabitate series. Its been slow going. Sometimes I can finish a painting in a couple days and others it takes weeks or months. I have so many ideas for this series as I see the animals trying to cohabitate with us humans and it does not always fair well for them.... Continue Reading →
“Oh Deer” first in the Cohabitate series
I had an opportunity to go into the city to see a show at the WAAC(http://www.womensartofcanada.ca) where some of my paintings were on display. I live outside of the city and find driving to the city very stressful but whenever I do venture to Toronto I always enjoy it so much. There is so much... Continue Reading →