Patsy Moore is a renowned artist, living and working in West Sussex. Educated at Edinburgh University and Art College, she has always worked in art related subjects and has, for many years now, devoted her time to painting and teaching art. She works with watercolour, oil, pastel, pen and wash and pencil, Her preferred mediums are watercolour; enjoying its translucent qualities and constant surprises and oils for the buttery textures on canvas.
Favourite subjects include landscapes, town and city scenes and marine subjects, but pictures in her portfolio also include portraits, flowers and plants and animal portraits.
Her work is to a large degree representational, but is more concerned with exploring light and tone than detail.
Patsy has held numerous successful solo and shared exhibitions; exhibits regularly with the Association of Sussex Artists and on several occasions with the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour at the Mall Galleries in London.
In 2019 she became a finalist at the Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year, a great and fun challenge, coping with diverse landscape subjects, TV cameras, all manner of weather conditions and ridiculously short time limits!
Teaching at present includes a weekly art class, one-to-one individual tuition, demonstrations and workshops with art societies, residential and non residential art holidays and art classes onboard cruise ships.