Born in Venezuela, Terry Arroyo Mulrooney has made Miami her home since early childhood. Mostly a self-taught artist, her goal is to exclusively master the difficult art form of watercolor. Her traditional, yet unique and recognizable style has garnered her multiple awards and inclusion in various solo and group gallery exhibitions. Her paintings have been chosen for local festival posters, published in various art magazines, and displayed in private collections worldwide.
“My art is a collaboration of my vision and the heart of the viewer. These translucent watercolors capture an emotional connection with the audience. The subjects in these paintings transform into a conduit of color, design, light and shadow. They are in my own realistic style, creating luminosity and richness. It was precisely this affinity for these qualities that led me to choose watercolor.”
Terry Arroyo Mulrooney’s images portray the essence of living in Coral Gables. The architecture and natural surroundings portray a symbiotic relationship between the beauty and life of Coral Gables. They truly encapsulate what it means to live in The City Beautiful.
Opens to the public: April 6, 2018 from 6-10pm in conjunction with Coral Gables Gallery Night. FREE
ABOUT THE CARIBBEE CLUB
The Caribbee Club is a shared initiative by the Coral Gables Museum and the Museum Gift Shop by Books & Books to feature active local artists in Coral Gables. The name “Caribbee Club” comes from George Merrick’s fishing resort called the Caribbee Colony in Matecumbe Key, the business venture he launched after he was forced out of his beloved Coral Gables in the late 1920s. The aim of the Caribbee Club is to support the artistic vision of our local artists who are inspired by “The City Beautiful.” Original works and prints by participating artists will be available for purchase in the Museum Gift Shop.