Patti Garcia discovered her artistic passion at the age of ten. An immigrant from Colombia, South America, she felt lost in the English world, the camera was her door to the world around her. Her art became her voice.
Patti has been creating and teaching art and photography for the past twenty years. She has experienced the many changing movements in the art world and tries to keep up with new technology while keeping true to her vision. Trying to be accepted as an artist is a challenge Patti faces on a daily basis. Her artistic vision is more then taking photos or making art, it’s a way of life for her.
Patti received her BA in Film and Cinema from San Francisco State University and her MFA from the Academy of Art University. She also studied Art at the Herron School of Art in Indianapolis, Indiana.
EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS
2020 Gallery 300, group exhibition “Works of The Heart”
2018 Viewpoint Gallery, solo exhibition “Misunderstood Beauties”
2017 10th Annual “Art Farm” group exhibition, Woodland CA
2016 Sacramento Fine Arts Center, group exhibition “It’s a Zoo Out There”
2016 Black Squirrel Gallery, “Three Artist Show”, San Francisco CA
2014 Kennedy Art Gallery, group exhibition “Abstract”
2013 Tieton Arts & Humanities Art Show, group exhibition
2012 Digital Arts California, “True Colors”
2011 “Magma” Music Video for Mikhail Tank production, Los Angeles CA
2011 Beacon Art Show, group exhibition, San Luis Obispo CA
2011 Enedina Castañeda, “Palabras en Las Venas” Video, Santa Maria, CA
2010 Works Gallery, “My Favorite Nightmare” Video, San Jose, CA
2010 Red Berry Coffee Shop, solo exhibition, San Jose, CA