Art and American History
Currently, my projects focus on producing resources that tell the story of Americans whose contributions to American history and the arts have been overlooked,
forgotten, and too often buried.  My goal is to produce resources that reflect a more inclusive, diverse, and dynamic American history.  I accomplish this goal through a combination of research, personal history, and my art and teaching backgrounds. Publications and topics include (click links):
Senior Art and Community
Of critical importance to me is the philosophy of "paying it forward" as I teach
drawing classes for community seniors ages sixty and above with no previous
drawing experiences.  In working with the senior population for many years, I
can validate the following: drawing for individuals over sixty years is a creative and effective means to increase individual self-esteem, develop critical thinking, provide
an avenue for individual expression, encourage social interactions, reflect life   experiences, and strengthen seniors’ ability to focus and retain memory.  Click here
to view works by South Philly senior participants at St. Charles’s Senior Community
Center in Philadelphia.
Presentations and Consultations
I am available to consult and present to individuals, groups, schools, organizations,
and civic clubs on the topics included in this section, my research and my
publications.  Additional areas include art education, drawing, drawing with senior artists, collage drawing, women warriors, inclusive art education, inclusive art history, international service learning experiences, and inclusive history are available for
for individuals and groups.  For additional information on my services as a
consultant and presenter, please contact me through the Contact Section--I look    forward to hearing from you.
Here you can view artworks by me, Teresa Unseld.  The works include work sold, currently for sale, and not for sale.  Please contact me for comments or inquiries regarding specific art work. I welcome your comments!