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.


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/