Teresa Oaxaca is a full-time painter who has been recognized and rewarded by museums and institutions across the globe. Her work has been exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Art Renewal Center, and the Museu Europeu D’Art Modern in Barcelona.
Oaxaca graduated from the Angel Academy of Art before earning her master’s degree at the Florence Academy of Art. She had an apprenticeship with Odd Nerdrum in Norway and received training from Robert Liberace and Paul Lucchesi at the Art League in Alexandria, Virginia.
Today, she teaches art workshops around the world and takes a variety of portrait commissions. She is also the founder of a fashion company called “The House of Oaxaca.”
Oaxaca currently resides in Washington, D.C. where she is a member of the Young Partners Circle at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the National Art Education Association, and the Arts Club of Washington. In addition, she is an ambassador for the Da Vinci Initiative, which designs and promotes skill-based learning and lesson plans for public school educators.