Books by Sharon

 Sharon's Garden

Learn how to paint the beautiful Southwest! Sharon Teal Coray, nationally known artist and winner of many awards teaches you how to do it with her simple instructions and close-up photos. If you have always wanted to learn how to paint this book is for you!

Designed for the beginner to the advanced artist.



 Let Sharon teach you how to paint the southwest with this great book! Still-life to Landscapes, you will love how easy it is!

 Sharon was inspired by the Art Deco Movement for this book, these make great door hangers for each season!


 Sharon has painted wonderful keepsake gifts in this book! A beautiful little box for everything! Plus a wonderful door hanger!



 Love to set a beautiful table?  In this book, you will have 4 patterns for placemats and matching candle holders!


Acrylic or Oil?

How to mix color in oils the simple way! Used for over 30 years this method had taught hundreds of students how to mix any color they wanted. The book contains everything you need to know about color mixing and practice pages for you to add your mixtures to. Developed by Nationally Award Winner Artist Sharon Teal Coray.

Learn how to paint the Ocean Let Nationally known award winning artist Sharon Teal Coray teach you how to paint Fantasy Seascapes. Sharon has developed the easy way to create the vibrant ocean scenes in oils and acrylics. She owned and operated the Shining Feather Art Academy for Women for over 30 years and has been painting since 1970. “Since my first seascape book I have been painting what I call “Fantasy’ Seascapes. These are very dramatic paintings with lots of intense color. I have used my “artistic license” with these seascapes because I love vibrant colors!” Painting the ocean can be very challenging and rewarding.  I have enjoyed creating these seascapes and hope you will enjoy painting them. With some practice you will soon be painting some exciting seascapes!”


 Sharon loves flowers and this book has this beautiful Datura, this is actually a weed that grows in the desert. Sharon grows these in her yard! They are one of her favorites!