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Teresa Ascone portrays her impressions of nature in a distinctive, romanticized style. Her subject matter includes fantasy, flowers, animals, and landscapes.
Lately, Teresa’s artwork work has taken a whimsical turn with her fairy tales and illustrations.
Teresa is new to the art licensing world and learning mor… Read More
Teresa Ascone portrays her impressions of nature in a distinctive, romanticized style. Her subject matter includes fantasy, flowers, animals, and landscapes.
Lately, Teresa’s artwork work has taken a whimsical turn with her fairy tales and illustrations.
Teresa is new to the art licensing world and learning more about it each day. Read Less
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    Robert Kaufman Fabric — CA, USA
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    GreenRidge Printing — Prineville, OR, USA
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    Denali Dreams — AK, USA
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    McGowan Manufacturing — Tucson, AZ, USA
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    Millwood Art — Raleigh, NC, USA
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I have always been inspired by nature: the landscape, flowers and animals. I want to communicate my feelings for the world around me and the deep spirituality it inspires.
Once I began to paint, my perceptions changed and it was as if I saw everything through a lens of creativity – how would I paint those fluffy … Read More
I have always been inspired by nature: the landscape, flowers and animals. I want to communicate my feelings for the world around me and the deep spirituality it inspires.
Once I began to paint, my perceptions changed and it was as if I saw everything through a lens of creativity – how would I paint those fluffy clouds; how to make the shade of green in that tree?
That, and the lure of wielding magic, has kept me engaged in creating art. Yes, magic – because there is something magical about the way a two dimensional object can portray three dimensions, attracting the viewer to walk into the realm of the painting. My art continues to evolve and new tools come into play – computer design programs add even more magic to the mix as my pencils and paint become a launching pad into different realms.
For the most part, I am a traditional, representational artist. It might be more accurate to portray my art as “romanticized idealism” – I like making things that are beautiful or colorful. I want my art to uplift and inspire the viewer. A touch of whimsey doesn’t hurt, either – hence my fantasy artwork.
Who among us can gaze upon the wild creatures, mountains shining with alpenglow, the wilderness, or fresh snow - and not be humbled by nature? These elements will eternally call to me--to admire, to paint, to sculpt them and communicate the wonder. Read Less
Member Since: Aug 29, 2012