Leslie Wolfe Gallery Leslie Wolfe Gallery

Patricia Patterson

Patterson’s paintings create narratives with collected objects, collective memory, and a nod to art history. While the objects are chosen for their color, their placement results in relationships that suggest complex human relationships, archetypes and messages. The series was created in Mexico City and many of the rich cultural traditions of Mexico can be seen in the work. 

Patterson, born in Illinois, is currently the Chair of Fine Arts at Loyola Academy. She worked and painted in Mexico City for the last 25 years and has a new studio in Evanston.

Opening Reception: Sunday April 7, 2 – 4 PM
Exhibition: March 30 – April 27 2024