Pure and lush with strong colors and active brush movements, Patsy's work stimulates the deepest of emotions. Some collectors have reported unusual improvements in their living environments because of the presence of her paintings. Personal growth through spiritual healing is the cornerstone which motivates this artist.
Patsy believes colors function to open blocked energy centers in our bodies. The energy of brush strokes and abstract shapes heighten the experience. Any color which an observer is drawn to indicates a special area or life issue the viewer may need to work on. It is then that Patsy can help the viewer understand about the issue being addressed. The whole process is quite fascinating and very therapeutic.
Patsy incorporates shapes and colors found in nature to build a bridge between the viewer and herself. Familiar imagery captivates the viewer¹s attention, while color begins a healing process.
Profiled in a PBS documentary "Femme Nouvelle" Evins' resume reads with the same impressiveness. Obtaining a BFA at North Texas, she refined her skills at Lyme Academy of Fine Art in Old Lyme, Connecticut, and the Silvermine School of Fine Art in New Caanan, Connecticut. She has continued her studies with such notable artists as Aaron Shikler, Daniel Greene, Jim Rosen, and Wolf Kahn.
27 County Road 379A
Hallettsville, TX. 77964
"I hope my paintings will uplift and
heal. As an artist, I'm honored to serve
by touching the souls of mankind."
Notable Collections and
NBC, New York, New York
Ritz Carlton, San Juan
Hyatt Regency, Wichita, Kansas
General Electric Corp., Atlanta, Ga.
Alpa Insurance Corp., Montgomery, Al.
St. Joseph Hospital, Augusta, Ga.
E-Z-Go Corporation, Augusta, Ga.
The Takarazuka International and Cultural
Center at Takarazuka, Japan
Southern Living Ideal House 1994, 1998,
1999, Braselton, Ga., Charlotte, N.C.,
Mercy Center Foundation, Madison,Ct.
Fryer Museum of Art, Seattle, Wa.
ERL Originals, Winston-Salem, N.C.
Who's Who in American Art
American Watercolor Society
Georgia Watercolor Society
South Carolina Watercolor Society
Member of the "Arts & Healing Network"