Cape Cod Fine Art Impressions

Ted Theodores

Fine Artist

Original Oil and Watercolor Paintings


Watercolor Gallery

Oil Gallery

About The Artist









Maraspin Sunrise

 18x24 oil



Heritage Rhodies

Oil 11x14




Cape Cod Autumn

Oil 11x14



Red Brook Harbor

Oil 11x14



A day at Millway Beach

Triptych, (3) 11x14 oil




 Sandy Neck Sunrise

  15x30 Oil







Ted Theodores retired from corporate life and moved to Cape Cod in 1998, where he began a new full-time career in the study and practice of fine art and in particular, oil and watercolor painting.


His interest in art began at an early age, and continued as he worked his way through engineering school as a technical draftsman  and catalog illustrator, enjoying an occasional session with paints.


He is now inspired by  capturing familiar and memorable Cape Cod scenes, and floral still-lifes, in glowing, impressionist watercolors and brilliant realistic oils.


His work has been influenced by several accomplished artists and teachers whose art he greatly admires. They include Sam Barber, William Ternes, Charles Reid, Paul George, Arnold Desmarais, Audrey Forge, William Maloney, Hillary Osborn, Christie Velesig, John Kilroy, and Robert Mesrop.


He is an Artist Member and former Vice President and Director of Development at the Cape Cod Art Association and is also a Member of the Rockport Art Association, the Lyme Art Association, the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, and Arts Wayland, where he exhibits his work.


Ted introduces many of his new works in a standing exhibit at the Dolphin Restaurant in Barnstable Village, a favorite traditional Cape Cod  dining establishment.   He also  welcomes students and  visitors who wish to see his work, to his gallery and studio by appointment.