Teyjah’s Art Den: New Website I invite you to my new website Tejah’sArtDen.com. I decided to create this new site to showcase a wider range of my art work. You will find the following collections: Abstract Semi Abstract Abstract Oils Architectural Symbols Florals Landscapes Petroglyphs New Paintings All paintings have a story description as well […]
Whirlwind On a trip to Disney World in Orlando, Florida, Teyjah was in her hotel room when the building became engulfed by a violent storm. Not knowing exactly what was going on, she chose to hide in her bathtub that night, and placed the mattress from her bed over top of her for protection. The […]
The Upper Echelon Even the title of this painting displays the humor and mirth injected into this artistic endeavor. The interplay between the myriad of warm colours placed against the luminous blues and teals serve to embellish the cacophony of colours and shapes. This painting is both amusing and imaginative, and it shows the artist’s […]
I talk about one of my paintings at Art!Vancouver 2017: Modern Art and Petroglyphs, my techniques and approach to creating layers and using symbolism. Visit my website Modern Cave Paintings to see my newest work.
I talk about one of my paintings at Art!Vancouver 2017: Modern Art and Petroglyphs, my techniques and approach to creating layers. Visit my website Modern Cave Paintings to see my newest work.
Has it ever crossed your mind how it is that our ancestors created such wonderful cave art in total darkness? Although the majority of cave art was created closer to cave entrances, there is still a significant body of work that finds itself deep within the caves. What would account for the difference between “easily” […]
I accumulate many watercolour paintings during the course of a year! During my workshops, I often use segments of my warm up sketches or my entire demos as painting starts and make them into high end paintings. However, framing all of them can be a big expense. So early in my painting career I decided […]
Just attended a meeting for setting up criteria for the acceptance of paintings in the co-op gallery. The whole process was fascinating. First, we had to establish what type of work the gallery wanted to accept, our expectations and the entire application and selection process. I own my own gallery and have nothing but admiration […]
I don’t know if it’s the change of weather, having to conform to a time schedule or the doldrums, plain and simple, but I’m not finding as much joy in painting as I used to. Now once I get into the actual painting and start resolving it, I’m all in and relishing in the challenge. […]
I possess a Master’s in Art Education. I do not have a Bachelor of Fine Arts nor a Masters of Fine Arts. Most of my actual art education has been through my own trial and error, reading books, working for Golden Artist colors and tons of workshops with excellent instructors. I have studied with Canadian […]