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About Patricia Gould

Since 1993, I have been making landscape art quilts, drawing inspiration from trips to China, East Africa, Russia, Antarctica and extensive travel throughout North America and Europe. My paintings, photographs, and fiber art pieces are dramatic portraits of Earth and I hope to draw the viewers into these scenes to share the exhilaration I feel and to cherish the wonders of the place we call home.

I'm drawn to a few subjects in nature that I find perpetually intriguing by themselves and my voice is whispering a tribute to the incredible beauty in both the subtle and violent forces of nature, only slightly touched by the hand of humans on rare occasions. I'm obsessively drawn to trees, rocks, and water in its many manifestations and I portray these subjects as if they were speaking to me and I am their messenger to the world.

My art quilts and wearable arts have won awards at national and international exhibitions. "Rio Grande Gorge" was chosen to represent my work as Artist of the Month in March, 2003 by The Artist's Magazine. In 2005, I was accepted to participate as an Artist-in-Residence in Hungary where I was inspired to explore architectural themes in fabric. My quilt, "Christo's Umbrellas, October 1991", was exhibited in the US Embassy in Estonia as part of the State Department's Art In Embassies Program. Eight of my fiber landscapes have been purchased by the State of New Mexico as part of their Art in Public Places program and are installed at various government buildings and senior centers around the state of NM. I won NICHE magazine's NICHE Awards in 2008 and in 2013.

In 2012, I realized that I was enjoying the painting aspect of my work much more than the stitching part so I now paint with acrylics on canvas or watercolor and oil pastels on paper and no longer create with fabrics and threads.