Title: When Crow Decided to Migrate
Medium: Mixed media, paper
Size: 27" x 34"
Teofanov received a BA in Art from Western Washington State University, Bellingham. She is a myth-maker, storyteller, and mixed media artist who takes seriously the task of "vision keeper" for this culture. Her artwork explores the use of myth in healing the community as well as the individual, and using the creative process to bring forth new visions of wellness.
Her selected solo and two person exhibitions include: Two Woman Bride, Carlyn Galerie, Dallas, Texas, 1993; Our Body the Earth & the Prayers For Her Recovery, Highline Community College, Des Moines, Washington and Art Downtown Gallery, Spokane Art School, Spokane, Washington, 1993; Making Up the Path & Other Myths, Chase Gallery at City Hall / Spokane Arts Commission, Washington, 1993; Invisible Journey, Foster White Gallery, Kirkland, Washington, 1993; Lilith: The Dance Continues, Lilith, Seattle, Washington, 1992; Our Body the Earth, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, 1989; Art from the Heart, Roeder Home Gallery, Bellingham, Washington, 1988; and Dream Chambers & Night Visitors, Linda Meier Gallery, Seattle, 1987.
Her selected group exhibitions include: Crossings, Women's Caucus for Art National Exhibition, Seattle, Washington, 1993; 3rd Annual Juried Art Show, Kirkland Art Gallery, Kirkland, Washington, 1992; Women's Struggles, Women's Visions, Maude Kerns Art Center, Eugene, Oregon, 1992; Rain Forest Installation, Art Works, Seattle Center, Seattle, 1992; Collaborations, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington, 1991; Drawings, Foster White Gallery, Frederick & Nelson, Seattle, 1991; A Spirit Reigns, Marianne Partlow Gallery, Olympia, Washington, 1990; Watercolor Watercolor Watercolor, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, Washington, 1990; Lost & Found, MIA Gallery, Seattle, 1989; and Facts of the Imagination, Washington State University Museum of Art, Pullman, 1989.