“Perhaps the you that is to come was reaching back to you now…You are his memory, and he is your vision.” This scene has been in my mind for ages…a young man looking at his future; an old man looking at his past. The connection between them is unmistakable, yet they are separated by the passage of time. “Visions” has been evolving under my paintbrush for over 4 years. It is far more than what I had originally imagined. It took on a life...
In the animist framework of Australian Aboriginal mythology, Dreamtime is a sacred era in which ancestral totemic spirit beings created the world. This idea captured my imagination and somehow twined itself into this scene of mystical horses thundering across a fantastic landscape. The sounds of their hooves, the wind of their passing, the splashes of water…all these things are creating a spectacular universe.
This wise old dragon is much inspired by the work of Ciruelo Cabral. (In my mind, there is no better dragon artist!). Sir Richard III, as this dragon is affectionately know, surveys his kingdom from his mountaintop lair. He has been there for decades, guarding his treasure and contemplating the follies of men.
A colorful vision of spirit and imagination blending in a medley of springtime colors, wings and blossoms. Life, especially in the awakening spring of the year, is a flight into the unknown. All the possibilities are bursting forth, creating a mosaic of vivid hope and potential. 11″ x 14″ acrylic on stretched canvas
“The charm of fishing is that it is the pursuit of that which is elusive but attainable, a perpetual series of occasions for hope” (anonymous) My husband, Tom, loves to fish and we have spent many peaceful hours together in his little aluminum boat. This painting is based on a photo I snapped of him one evening at sunset while enjoying our favorite north Idaho Lake.
This piece was a graduation gift for our daughter, Olivia. She came up with the concept and original sketch, and I took it from there. Olivia loves wolves and everything about them; from their haunting, melancholy howls to their bright eyes. She wanted a scene that depicted the unity and togetherness of the family pack. The spirit of the leader, the ever vigilant sentinel that keeps danger at bay, overlooks the entire moonlit scene. 16″ x 20″...
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Theresa Stahl’s artwork comes from a very personal place. Her distinctive paintings convey the enchantment of everyday life, the beauty of nature, and the magic or mystery of the world’s possibilities.
Primarily self-taught, Theresa has cultivated her own uniquely recognizable style. Working with both oil and acrylics, her paintingsLearn More
People always wonder about the name “Owl’s Flight”.
I’ve had a fascination with owls since I was a very little girl. My favorite puzzle depicted different species of owls. They were one of the first birds I learned to draw. I’m not sure why, but owls always intrigued me with their air of mystery.