She was worn in Bahía Blanca.
Her love for drawing led her to work in fashion and accessory design. She was a teacher of Technology Education and Arts and Crafts in public schools for many years.
She started to have a continuous relationship with visual arts when she pursued a bachelor degree in Visual Arts at Universidad Nacional del Arte (Argentina), and took classes at Miguel Bengochea, Willy Beruti and Iris No's workshops.
Patricia captures different themes in her work, alternating materials, oils and acrylics. A tour of her work shows that she has gone through different periods: abstraction, where she expresses Hindu symbology, naturalism and figurative art.
Her paintings show strong expressive integration, simplicity and a clear aesthetic. Her work evolves and is updated through each series. It is transgressive, and constantly seeks new paths, creating new evocations.
Chromatic harmony is given by the use of a palette of intense, bright, full colors. She plays with the textures in the details. She uses flat and elaborate brushstrokes, achieving a perfect amalgamation with the work's neutral background.
These details make us stop with observation. There are perfectly assembled tones where we can recognize her personal style, her warmth and simplicity.
The use of lights and shadows accentuate the spatial depth. Her great expressive capacity and the referential power of the external and internal world stand out both in the objects identifiable by their verisimilitude, as in the treatment of the figures, especially the human one.
Patricia says:"I aspire to make visual art for the viewer to feel attached to the work like someone listening to a story around a bonfire.”
That kind treatment of the work as a whole, that love for the colors of nature result in a universe full of creativity and subtle harmony.
Bachelor Claudia Sanzi
Museologist – Critic – Curator