Patricia Fabian
Gainesville, Georgia

Patricia’s soft and painterly scenes are a result of the artist’s careful selection of materials. Her layers of paint, whether in oil or acrylic, are thoughtfully premeditated depending on the effect she seeks to create. Patricia is also highly conscious of the tools she uses, averaging forty brushes per painting, in addition to using paper towels and found materials to manipulate the paint. Her subject matter is a reflection of the world around her. “I create what moves me on any given day,” says Patricia. “It is a joint process between me and the universe. I let the world around me speak through my canvas.”

Amber Waves
36" x 38" , acrylic painting

Night Wave
36" x 36" , oil painting

Sea Breeze
36" x 36" , acrylic painting

Fly Away
48" x 36" , oil painting

Floating Above
40" x 30" , acrylic painting

City Sidewalks
48" x 48" , acrylic painting

True Colors
36" x 36" , acrylic painting

A View from the Beach
36" x 36" , oil painting

Mustang Sally
36" x 36" , acrylic painting

Paradigm Shift
48" x 84" , oil painting

Misty Moon
48" x 48" , oil painting

Montaluce Morning
24" x 20" , oil painting

High Noon Hot
36" x 48" , acrylic painting

A View from the Pier
48" x 48" , oil painting

Mediterranean Mosaic
36" x 36" , oil painting

Monday Morning
60" x 48" , acrylic painting

Speak with Patricia

Patricia Fabian 9/11/2017 | 1:53 PM

Each painting is a journey. I never assume to have the answers before I start but rather wait for the suggestion that comes in the process of painting the work. I find more with less and I find peace with stepping outside of the box and listening to what comes next. I am a firm believer that the artist only starts the conversation, the viewer completes it. I love to convo with viewers about what you see in the artwork. Recently I had a painting on U Gallery that sold and you can refer to in my SOLD category because the collector saw "a man" in the reflections that looked like Charlie Chaplin, who she adores. It was a rain abstract scene titled "Monday Morning". I painted the rain but she saw the face behind the "rainy day". Can you see it? I believe that each painting finds it's home and the owner and painting will connect in their own time and place. I also believe "on the beach of life" that the perfect shell FINDS YOU. Take a look at my work and let me know what you see. I work alone in the studio (although I believe the universe is always riding shotgun), and I love to communicate with "the outside world." Let's get started and have some fun with "what's in that painting anyway?" :)