Patricia Haskey

“My work is an emotional response to my experience of places, from landscapes to cityscapes. I love to observe shapes and colours as they emerge and dissolve in the ever-changing light. My paintings are contemporary, semi-abstract, colourful – combining impressionism, graphic detail and a personalised colour palette.”

Patricia studied fine art at the University of Central Lancashire and graduated with honours in 1980.

Her work is held in the UK’s Parliamentary Art Collection, (House of Lords), London, in the Head Office of Cadbury and in private collections worldwide.

Patricia’s work is represented by galleries in the North West and shown in exhibitions across the UK, including Newcastle, Edinburgh and London.

In 2004, she was one of 13 artist invited to represent artist of the North West in an exhibition in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden.

In 2014 Patricia was shortlisted for the Artists & Illustrators magazine Artist of the year competition for her painting – ‘The Chemist–Kirkby Lonsdale’. The painting was exhibited in the A&I exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London in January 2015.

In the summer of 2016 she held a solo exhibition at Brantwood, Coniston – the former home of John Ruskin and has been invited back this summer and will be exhibiting her paintings alongside the landscape photographer Mike shepherd in ‘Landscape – a Visionary Approach’ July 27 – August 26 2019.