Therese Mah creates visual works in traditional and digital mediums. Her work is inspired by the landscapes of British Columbia, where she has lived for most of her life. A self-taught artist, Therese has been creating artwork since a young age, and has had her illustration work published in Simon Fraser University's newspaper The Peak. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Simon Fraser University.

For more on her communication achievements please visit mixedmedium.ca


2018  Mish Mash Bash, The Woods Studio, Vancouver BC (group exhibition)

2011  Cross-Victoria High School Visual Art Exhibition, Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria, Victoria BC (group exhibition)


Buhey, R., Genge, A., Lam, A., Fernandez, J. (ed.). (2019). Co-colour Surrey Resource and Colouring Book. P. 17.

Simrin Purhar. (January 31, 2018). Collaboration in a Real-Life Workplace. The Peak. https://the-peak.ca/2018/01/collaboration-in-a-real-life-workplace/