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Welcome to Teresa Ascone's Art Site!

Thank you for visiting my internet home! You are welcome to come in, see my latest news and browse the site. See the most complete collection of my art anywhere, in my gallery. You can order art right from this site, which is connected to FineArtAmerica.com!

Find my Alaska Fairy tales here: http://www.takugraphics.com/teresa-ascone/books/

NEW fairy tutorials now up on Etsy!

www.etsy.com/shop/AsconeArtTutorials

 

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My adventures from painting to fabric

Seeking programs for your Rotary Club, Women's Club, or Quilting Guild? Learn the secrets of design and nuts & bolts of developing a quilting line for a major fabric company. I have a different program focused on making changes in career direction, using examples from my own life and career in art.

Amateur techie that I am, I just received a snazzy new projector that makes me more mobile and easier for the group to show the program. What I need:

  • A wall or screen to project upon.
  • Small table or desk for projector.
  • A semi-darkened room.
  • A table or area to set up my books and products to sell during the presentation.

My presentation lasts approximately 40 minutes, with 15 minutes for Q & A.

Fee schedule:

    • Fee for speaking: $25.00 (Fee waived if I can sell my items at your event ~ your own private Teresa Ascone Boutique!). Kindly provide a table to display my books & products.

    •  I will donate 25% of receipts from your event as commission to your shop or guild.

Recent Art News

Teresa Ascone on Spoonflower

on April 6, 2014 - 4:58pm

Click on the logo to see my designs now on Spoonflower! You can order wallpaper, gift wrap, fabric (several different kinds) and decals.

2014 Creatures of the WIld designer samples are here!

on March 18, 2014 - 4:17pm

I was excited to see the new fabric! There have been some changes: the banner that ran along the side of the panel has been deleted in favor of making each animal image larger. Well done, Robert Kaufman! Also, see the three coordinating fabrics that go so beautifully with the panel.