Featured Artist

PAT WEBSTER

Once in Sandy Springs

Once in Sandy Springs

Watercolor and ink on paper, 14" x 12".

Waiting

Waiting

Watercolor and ink on paper, 14" x 12".

The Bridge

The Bridge

Watercolor on paper, 14" x 12".

Grazing

Grazing

Watercolor on paper, 14" x 12".

Mountain Home

Mountain Home

Watercolor and ink on paper, 14" x 12".

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Pat is originally from Massachusetts. As a child, she did chalk drawings for her teachers. In high school Pat did posters for the P.E. teacher. Then her high school art teacher entered a watercolor painting of Pat's at a state level exhibit and it was awarded a first place. All of this helped in my acceptance to Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

About Pat...

People think of me in terms of a watercolor artist and it is my favorite medium. I taught watercolor in my home for some 30 years, and enjoyed every minute. However I have explored many mediums over the years. College was a wonderful four years of exploring different mediums, history, anatomy, life drawing, color theory, sculpture etc. After college
I taught for a few years and later, after my boys were born, I did lots of wall murals.


In time I took classes with Clint Carter to get back to painting. He encouraged me to show my work. I joined Atlanta Artist Center then DFAA, entering exhibits. I also had work in a gallery on Cape Cod for a few years. It has been a fun adventure and there is always something new to try. Many Dunwoody homes have my work on their walls and I hear comments from their owners now and then.

About my work...