Description Created to supplement an article in Louisville Magazine called Reinventing Louisville, this piece shows a pedestrian friendly street scene with the familiar downtown skyscrapers in the background.
Cat Scott, Louisville, KY Member Since July 2007 Artist Statement I was born and raised in Louisville Kentucky and, like many artists, spent my childhood drawing and painting. With generous gifts of art supplies from my parents, I developed quite a knack for rendering.
After taking as many art classes as possible during my high school years, I ventured off to the University of Dayton to study graphic design. My love for the fine arts led me to concentrate on Illustration.
After receiving several awards for my art and being honored as the Most Outsanding Graduating Senior in Visual Communication Design, I graduated with honors in 2003. In 2006 I attended the Illustration Academy and worked with illustrators and artists such as John and Mark English, Sterling Hundley, Gary Kelley, Anita Kunz, and CF Payne.
Currently, I work full time as a graphic designer but will always continue to create traditional artwork in my free time.
Please visit my sketch-blog at catscott.blogspot.com to see more of my art explorations.