Patricia Stanley Horn
Patricia Stanley Horn’s art is a natural bi-product of her love of the great outdoors and its nearly endless supply of inspiration. Primarily a nature artist working with acrylics in realistic or impressionist styles, she puts her heart and soul into every work of fine art whether it is a landscape, a seascape, or a wildlife or animal portrait. Her passion for her subjects evokes heartfelt responses from viewers as they see the beauty of nature anew through her art. Patricia’s soul connection with her subjects is especially evident in her wildlife and animal portraits as she strives to recognize, capture and reflect each living creature’s feelings and personality in her paintings. Recently, she has begun to include people in her art and enjoys expressing human- to-nature connections.
Hailing originally from Eastern North Carolina, Patricia studied Communications and Business at Wright State University, Dayton, OH. She has lived in many states across the U. S. and currently resides in Georgia. With a background in communications and public relations, she has experience in graphic arts design and layout, photography, and writing. Prior to beginning to paint, Patricia’s love of various art forms was expressed in floral design, interior decorating, ceramics and photography, all of which have enhanced her fine art painting skills. Her artist signature, “PattyAnn,” is the nickname given to her by her greatest spiritual influence, her maternal grandmother.
Patricia is affiliated with Rue Colline Gallery in Griffin, GA, on the outskirts of Atlanta and Flint River Alliance of Visual Artists as well as several online art groups.
In addition to Rue Colline, her work can also be seen at facebook.com/theartofpattyann and on Instagram @theartofpattyann