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Patrice Stanley Fine Art

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20181031152419-empyrean
EMPYREAN, 2018 Oil On Panel 30 X 30 Inches © Patrice Stanley
20181031152527-empyrean_2
EMPYREAN 2, 2018 Oil On Panel 30 X 30 Inches © Patrice Stanley
20181031152540-valhalla
VALHALLA, 2018 Oil On Panel 36 X 36 Inches © Patrice Stanley
20181031152559-muir_adhar
MUIR & ADHAR, 2018 Oil On Panel 30 X 60 Inches © Patrice Stanley
20181031152609-fantasia
FANTASIA (On a Theme by Thomas Tallis), 2018 Oil On Panel 10 X 10 Inches © Patrice Stanley
20181031152627-northumberland
NORTHUMBERLAND, 2018 Oil On Mylar 19.5 X 18.5 Inches (Framed) © Patrice Stanley
20181031152653-noctilucent
NOCTILUCENT, 2018 Oil On Panel 48 X 108 Inches (Triptych) © Patrice Stanley
20181031152709-f_lkvangr
F├ôLKVANGR, 2018 Oil On Panel 36 X 36 Inches © Patrice Stanley
20181031152724-nocturne
NOCTURNE, 2018 Oil On Canvas 30 X 60 Inches © Patrice Stanley
20181116155324-my_newest_selfie
Quick Facts
Birthplace
Montreal
Birth year
1964
Lives in
Ottawa
Works in
Ottawa
Schools
Concordia University, 1989, Bachelor Fine Arts
The University of Toronto, 1987, Arts History & Studio
Representing galleries
About Patrice Stanley

Born in Montreal, Patrice Stanley attended the University of Ottawa, The University of Toronto and Concordia University in Montreal. She is the recipient of numerous awards and honours, including those from the Canada Council and the Ontario Arts Council and was a finalist in the RBC New Painting competition in 2001. A seasoned, mid-career artist, she has been invited to attend several residencies, most notably the Pouch Cove Residency in 2001, the Vermont Studio Centre Residency in 2010 and most recently the Lacawac Sancturay in Pennsylvania. Her work can be seen in many private and corporate collections, including Maple Leaf Foods of Canada. In addition she is a well respected art educator with over fifteen years experience in a variety of teaching methodologies, including methods and materials of the masters. Patrice’s work is committed to the tradition of oil painting. Conjuring up the spirits of both post-war Abstract Expressionism and 18th Century landscape painting, her work is authentic, innovative and full of historical references. Patrice is represented by gallery Studio Sixty-Six in Ottawa.