“While experiencing magnificent works of art, something reverberates inside our souls. After truly listening to the entirety of Beethoven’s Sonatina in F Major, one cannot deny the underlying existence of something greater. True works of art (regardless of form) reveal this presence. My wish is to connect with every viewer.
The heroic impulse draws me to the large canvas. Acrylic paint, pencils, pastels, charcoal and ink are the tools I use to make my message known. I am interested in artwork that that takes me somewhere else."
–Patricia Clinton Woodhull
Her first juried show was in 2006 at The Visual Art Exchange. Their welcoming arms to emerging artists gave her the gallery access and industry knowledge needed to be a professional. Her work has been in several VAE shows, and “For the Love of Art Auction/ Galas.”
Patricia looks forward to SPARKcon’s Streetpainting Festival every year. Her 2016 chalk drawing ENDH8 received Adult Best in Show: Most Timely, while her 2011 Picasso Portrait was granted Grand Prize Winner.
Patricia’s studio is in The Carter Building at 14 Glenwood Ave. Raleigh, North Carolina.