Teresa McCarthy won the 2017-2018 Louisville Bar Association Pictorial Roster cover with a painting representative of the Louisville Area. In striking contrast to McCarthy’s usual work, she has created montage of various iconic elements, some that have represented the city for generations (Churchill Downs) and some that have cropped up just in the last few years (the U of L Cardinal and UK Wildcat appear to be having a beer with Louisville City Football Club). The dense composition abandons any semblance of real space to achieve a blend of surrealist and non-objective sensibility.
In September, McCarthy participated in the LVA Paint-Out at the Waterfront Botanical Gardens ReGeneration Fair, where she painted “Stop and Pick the Roses” at a location near the Ohio River.
“I enjoy networking with Network of Entrepreneurial Women “NEW”. I also enjoy painting with a local group of very talented portrait painters, playing volleyball and most of all spending time with husband Keith and my 5 Grandchildren - we were just blessed with twins.“
McCarthy is a Member of the Kentucky Artist Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, Louisville Artisans Guild and the Louisville Visual Arts. Participating often in the arts Louisville has to offer as a featured artist on Artebella and participating in the Junior League Tulips for Juleps, Highview Arts and Craft Fair, Regeneration Fair Plein Air Paint Out, Art [Squared], and Open Studio Weekends.
Her professional life has been in office management and real estate (she works as the Office Manager at Seiller Waterman, LLC.), but even with dual careers, McCarthy has always felt driven to make art and one of the ways she is able to share her passion is being the fine art instructor at Michael’s. She currently has an exhibit at the Artist Barrel in Bardstown
Hometown: Louisville, Kentucky
Education: Attended St. Agnes and Durrett High School; obtained Broker’s License in 1986
Gallery Representation: Kore Gallery (Louisville)
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