artGuide Magazine is excited to present Charleston artist Teresa Jones' Coastal Art
Charleston artist Teresa Jones delves into her inspiration and artistic prowess in artGuide Magazine's annual Coastal Art Feature. A staple of Charleston art, Teresa Jones' art captures the coast as we see and dream.
As a South Carolina native for Teresa Jones the coastal culture and landscapes became her spark and enthused her art. The historic cities, natural beauty, and cultural heritage daily inspire her paintings. Her incomparable love for the coast and innate painting skills became a perfect match. Oil is her medium of choice and she offers the viewer a private window to the coastal landscapes and scenery familiar to both South Carolinians and visitors alike. She has studied with many local and nationally known artists in formal classes, as well as workshops.
Her lifelong desire to paint became reality after moving to Charleston in 2004 and has been commissioned to paint many Charleston historic homes and landscapes. Her enchanting and realistic style has appealed to many who have desired to bring the Lowcountry into the walls of their home.
Jones is an award-winning member of The Charleston Artist Guild and participates in their annual shows and exhibits. Her original art, as well as commissioned work is in private collections across the nation. She is also represented by Spencer Gallery I, 55 Broad Street and The Charleston Artist Guild Gallery, 160 East Bay Street, Charleston,SC. Visit her web site to view additional works.
Teresa Jones, artist.