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Welcome to the website of Theresa Mather, fantasy artist known for her dragons and other creatures, and for her paintings on rocks and feathers! Here you’ll find information about Theresa, a gallery of her art, news on upcoming appearances and links to purchase artwork and other items!

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What’s new, from Theresa’s Facebook site:

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Theresa Mather Fantasy Art2 days ago
I have artwork at this weekend's Icon convention artshow in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. It's via mail in, but there are originals as well as prints. Sorry there are no pictures this time, things are a bit hectic. Busy in a good way, so no worries. 🙂 https://iowa-icon.com/
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Theresa Mather Fantasy Art1 week ago
Staring today in Kenner, Louisiana is Contraflow X, where I will have a selection of artwork in the art show! Featured below are two of the small original pieces that I sent. Contraflow is a great little con and we enjoyed it the one time we were lucky enough to go. I do hope everyone attending has a super time. http://contraflowscifi.org/
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Theresa Mather Fantasy Art2 weeks ago
Starting this very day in Collinsville, Illinois is Archon 45! Although I can't be there in person, I will have artwork in the art show including the pieces pictured below. "Tourmaline Dragons" was featured previously, but has yet to find a home and so it went to the con. "Winter Wolves" is acrylic on turkey feather and is actually quite a small piece, although you can't tell that from the scan. There are two other original pieces, and a variety of prints to choose from.

I hope everyone attending has a great time! https://www.archonstl.org/

I have a lot of cons to send artwork to in October, which is keeping me from listing new pieces online at the moment, but I am hoping to change that starting at the end of the month. I am making progress in spite of the fact that I have been pretty quiet on my page. I promise! 🙂
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Theresa Mather Fantasy Art1 month ago
Coming up this weekend (September 16-18) is Fencon XVIII in Irving, Texas! I won't be there in person, but I will have artwork in the art show including the original pieces previewed below. If you're attending, I hope you have a great time!

http://www.fencon.org/
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Theresa Mather Fantasy Art1 month ago
Just a notice that we've taken the Zazzle print on demand shop featuring my artwork private for now due to the new company policy of offering large high resolution preview images online with no watermarks. It was just asking for problems, and at this point, Zazzle seems uninterested in rectifying the situation. We'll be looking at other print on demand sites to find one that better meets our current needs, and if Zazzle should change the policy, we'll reopen the shop. If there is any specific item we had listed on Zazzle that you had your eye on, I can possibly work out getting it for you, just message me.

My main store for art and prints (and some other items) is up and running. https://theresamatherfantasyshop.com/dir/
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Theresa Mather Fantasy Art1 month ago
I'm not really a fan of pink, except for in stones like tourmaline. I really like that tourmaline comes in a wide array of colors that harmonize although they shouldn't, and I can get random assortments of it. In the last lot, I got a couple of pieces of blue along with the bronze, green and pink, and so I decided to celebrate that fact by painting dragons inspired by the stones. I chose a pink, a green and a blue tourmaline and then created three dragons, each comparing their tourmaline loot. They're painted in acrylic on bloodstone type jasper. Well, actually, it's a little more colorful than regular bloodstone, and echoes a lot of the colors that I used in the dragons. I posed each dragon on the part of the stone that matched it best, and used a little of the other dragons' colors on each. I matted and framed the piece in a mottled golden frame which measures 8x10 on the inside edge, and matted it in colors and textures resembling those in the stone. And of course, I gave each dragon its faceted tourmaline as an accent.

So the dilemma arose... what to call this piece? Hmmm, I wonder? Letmethink, letmethink. How about.... drumroll please, and I'm sure this will totally surprise everyone so don't be shocked..... "TOURMALINE DRAGONS!" Surprised you, didn't I?

This piece is $395 including shipping to the lower 48. Please message me if interested.