UTAH'S TERESA FLOWERS VIA PORTLAND!January 2021
Teresa Flowers is a mover and shaker for the arts with an internationally recognized career as a multimedia artist based in Portland, OR. Her photography has been featured in more than two dozen publications, including Shots Fine Art Photography Magazine, NAKID Magazine, Ugly Magazine, Amadeus Magazine, Photo District News, Oregon Bride and Groom and Black and White Magazine. She won the prestigious award of Fine Art Photographer of the Year at the International Photo Awards as well as the People’s Choice Award in photography. She has received several grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and was the Artist In Residence at Maker City in Downtown Los Angeles. She is the founder of The Women’s Art Center and the Creative Development Institute. Teresa was one of Women’s Business Magazine thirty women to watch in business. Her radio show “Obsession” won best radio show by City Weekly on Utah FM. She also hosted the talk show Arteries, a conversation about art. Most recently, she has focused on Alien Mermaid Cove, an up-cycled clothing store featuring her own in house fashion brand Altered States. She has 25 years of teaching experience and has put on some of the biggest independent photo and arts festivals in the world.
Naked & Dreaming’s host Teresa Flowers brings her unique perspective founded on more than two decades of working as a renowned multidisciplinary artist in the creative field forming connections and building her brand. She has woven a network of the brightest minds in the arts, healing, and living today. With a passionate dedication to engaging her entrepreneurial spirit by opening her retail shop and photography school, she wants to get to the bottom of what makes a successful maker. I invite you to join us in our conversations, raw and unfiltered, as we expose the depth of who we are and why we create.
Alien Mermaid Cove Promotes an eco-friendly lifestyle by providing sustainably sourced up-cycled clothing, jewelry, art & home goods. A portion of the company's proceeds will be donated to low-income individuals to participate in art classes. We believe that art should be accessible to everyone.