Theresa Schram graduated with a fine art degree from Salisbury University. She has been oil painting for 20 years and is currently the art teacher at Kent School in Chestertown, MD. Theresa is involved in numerous art organizations including The Academy Art Museum, Talbot County Visual Art Center, The Friday Morning Artist's Group, and the Rehoboth Art League. She has been represented by the Ruby Singleton Blakeney Gallery in Annapolis, MD and the Artisans Loft Gallery in Pultneyville, NY.
Her works have been displayed and sold at The Water's Way Gallery in St. Michaels MD, The Alley Cat and Creatrics Galleries in Easton MD, The Kerns Colllection in Chestertown, MD, City Hall in Annapolis, MD, University Gallery in Salisbury, MD, Cade Gallery in Parole, MD and Todd's Perfoming Art Center in Wye Mills, MD. Her work is also frequently featured in local shops and businesses throughout Easton, MD as well as private collections all over the east coast.
Theresa's pieces focus on bold images, intense color and an interest in design. She has painted numerous murals for private clients, many of which have been described as "colorfully whimsical".
Her artist statement is simply a quote from Pierre Auguste Renoir: "To my mind, a picture should be something pleasant, cheerful and pretty, yes pretty! There are too many unpleasant things in life as it is without creating still more of them."