“Taking Inspiration from her love of mythology and legend, and blending in meticulous workmanship and a remarkable amount of fine detail, Teresa Moorehouse has succeeded in creating narrative bas relief bronze sculpture that is as beautiful as it is intriguing. Her pieces, fashioned first in clay, fired, cast, then reborn in metal, speak of cosmic forces and the indomitable power of artistic expression in talented hands”.
Board member of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
“Teresa’s sculptures bring an indescribable depth to my home. They have more than physical presence. They bless my house with magical goodness and remind me about why I’m really on this planet. They remind me of who/what I really am, but more importantly, they constantly remind me about the incredible life that I can live. I re-read their stories from time to time and they help guide me... “The Giving Tree” reminds me how abundant the world is. “The Initiation” reigns over my house... I placed her in a central location so that all who enter can admire her and if possible they will remember why they’re here. “Sisters n Wizdom” keep me pushing my international yearning and keeps my search for mentors and teachers developing new roles, while stabilizing my core. “The World Tree” keeps pushing me to quiet myself, listen to my inner calling and take action on those callings. And those whimsical little Goddesses that are scattered throughout my home provide constant nourishment. Teresa’s work stirs my soul and keeps fueling it!”
“Meeting the artist and feeling the depth of spirituality that goes into each piece is amazing. I have never had any other piece of sacred art that invokes so much meaning. Each time I look at a piece I am reminded of the story and the message that it holds.”
Dr. Tamara Medley
Grants Pass, OR
“I am the proud and happy owner of seven of Teresa’s original bronze sculptures. I don’t always understand the underlying message, but they are so beautiful and different, that I love every one of them. I have never seen any other sacred art form like hers and wish I had room for even more!”