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Patricia Halsell

Following the Wrong Gods Home

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Giclée archival print on 310GSM textured cotton “Hahnemühle German Etching

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10 x 8 in

254.0 x 203.2 mm

25.4 x 20.3 cm

0.254 x 0.2032 meter

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Artwork Description
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Large scale interpretation of river stones found on the banks of the Skagit River in Washington state, one of the largest and most biologically important rivers draining into Puget Sound. Title is from the poem "A Ritual To Read To Each Other" by William Stafford.
Collection Statement
This series is my response to environmental degradation and climate change. By focusing on the river stones of the Skagit River of northwestern Washington state, I’m exploring my concerns about the effects of climate change, pollution and dams on the plight of the Puget Sound orcas, whose survival depends on the health of western rivers and the salmon who run them.
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Patricia Halsell is an award-winning artist, working primarily in still life and large scale scenes of nature that hover between realism and abstraction.

Her paintings reflect her strong environmentalism and love of nature. Her current river stones series is her response to the plight of the Puget Sound orcas, whose survival depends on the health of western rivers and the salmon who run them.

Her work has been exhibited at Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA, numerous times at Maryhill Museum of Art, Goldendale, WA, and juried into the 2019 Anacortes Arts Festival and the Museum of Northwest Art’s 2019 live auction.

She trained for four years in the atelier of internationally-recognized artist, author and teacher Juliette Aristides, and studied under numerous internationally known master painters. Her interpretation of her subject matter using classical techniques produces a body of work that is contemporary, beautiful, and timeless. She is in demand for commissions and her work is in private collections across the country.
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