It’s my vision to empower myself and others with the resiliency and coping skills through consistent and fulfilling art practices to handle daily life with balance, grace and ease.
It’s my mission to help support myself and others in their journey of life through consistent art practices and resiliency techniques that help raise our consciousness, give us courage, and imbue us with the confidence to handle whatever comes our way.
In the studio
On the wall
Instagram – Gallery of works
I post most of my current works in progress, commissions, sneak peeks, daily art, artist life experiences and adventures on my Instagram account. Follow me to keep tabs on what I’m up to at the moment!
YouTube Channel – Tutorials
I create quick fly-by videos of most of my TCW Design Team projects, and I also do the occasional video tutorial. Subscribe to my YouTube channel to watch my latest videos as they are published!
Pinterest Boards – Inspire
I use Pinterest as a jumping off point for reference images and inspiration. I’m a long time user of Pinterest, hence the many boards and pins. I have an artist’s mind which is attracted to many different paths and styles, which change frequently. You’ll find all kinds of great fodder in my boards, including my design projects for the TCW Design Team. Follow me on Pinterest to see what is inspiring me most at the moment @Teal Hare Creations.
Flip Book Video
This was my second year of participating in Everything Art’s Wanderlust year long, online art journaling course. This flip book video shows you the majority of my works I completed in 2020.
Every week is a different teacher and a different style and mediums. It’s a great way to learn a lot of new techniques and improve your mixed media art skills. All are welcome. The course starts at the beginning of January, annually. Come and wander with us!
Copyright 2021. All content and images contained within this website and on my social media platforms are the property of the artist, Michaela Butterworth, and may not be used without advance written permission from the artist. Thank you for respecting my work and life.
Topeka, Kansas 2021.