Patricia A. Griffin spent her childhood roaming the woods around
her rural Pennsylvania home, and thus was born the naturalist. her art is fueled by observation,
meditation, and imagination. She travels incessantly, seeking inspiration from
a variety of sources.
Her work has been featured in , The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, the Allentown Art Museum, Greater
Plains Museum, the Everhart Museum, the Hunterdon Museum of Art, the Dutot
Museum, the State Museum of
Pennsylvania, and the Monmouth Museum.
Griffin’s work reflects an intensity and awakening that convey a
decisive feel. “I drop all stigma and preconceived notions of subject matter,”
explains Griffin. “I do not question the desire to create something—I just
simply dive in, knowing it is only a lesson.”
Griffin is a graduate of Moore College of Art and Design (1989).
She is a professional designer, print maker, sculptor, painter,
GRIFFIN'S work is included in both corporate and private
collections From Dallas to Dubai. She is represented by RARE Gallery, Jackson, WY. Cody Fine Art, Cody, Wy., Windrush Gallery, Sedona, Az. Hanson Gallery, Honesdale, Pa., Brath & Hughes,Pa.
Griffin is a signature member of Artist for Conservation, International Equine Artist and, an associate member of, Daily Painters of Pennsylvania, Women Artist of the West, Western Art Association, American Plains Artist, American Society of Bovine Artists.
Patricia A Griffin