Therese Masters Jacobson
are the perfect medium
for a self portrait.
My art takes shape in many media
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Take a look!
Page in field sketch book
Sewing Notions Watercolor 2009
Teacher's Books Watercolor 2009
"It is the supreme art of the teacher
to awaken joy in
creative expression and knowledge."
with me on Thanksgiving Day 2008
take care of this earth for all
prospective generations to come.
He used a joyful color palette, including my
yellow flip-flops! :-) He even drew a sea gull
like the ones that flew by all day.
Mary Cassatt is one of my
favorite artists for her
warmth of subject,
and personal independent spirit.
I painted my daughter and
granddaughter using watercolor,
attempting to emulate Cassatt's
feel while retaining my own style.
Each generation is a treasure,
and we are held responsible for training the next.
Through art I teach social responsibility and
MY STUDENTS' ARTWORK
Here are a few expressions created by my students.
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This is an absolutely
beautiful statement about the
parent (or teacher)-child relationship:
the adult scaffolding the younger one.
One of my students created this
glass mosaic, symbolizing
meditation amidst the Four Elements
of Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water.
A high school student sends a
caring message to each viewer
with this plaster sculpture--her
very first attempt at reductive
was influenced by
the misty, melancholy style of
Andrew Wyeth's painting.
"Although the week
ended in grand fashion,
it took almost a week
to get here."
Stippled pen & ink
Friends and relatives, old and young,
my watercolors and drawings span subjects
across four or five generations
Whatever your joy in the world,
you are welcome in my studio.
Come again sometime to see what's been added.
Ceramic Tile Mosaic 2007
May you know PEACE.