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Patricia Jones, BFA, ASA

Patricia Jones, Letter from a New Settler

Patricia Jones, Letter from a New Settler

Patricia Jones, Mountain Aeirie

Patricia Jones, Mountain Aeirie

Patricia Jones, Poppies

Patricia Jones, Poppies


1968 to 1979; Evening courses at the College of Art, Calgary and a Fine arts major in Bachelor of Education program, University of Calgary, completed in ’79 with a Major in drawing and painting, Minor in print-making.


Life membership in the Alberta Society of Artists 1984-present; Vice-president Provincial Executive “84-’86, President ’86-’88, past President ’88-’90; on the organizing committee for major travelling exhibitions in the ’80s and early “90’s, on the steering committee for the publication of “Alberta Society of Artists, the First 70 years,” written by Kathy Zimon. As an art educator, I was Program Co-ordinator for the Enriched Art Children’s After-school arts program, Department of Continuing Education, Calgary Public School Board, 1973-1979. Instructor at Red Deer College, Summer School of the Arts, 1989-94; designed and taught watercolor workshops for adults at the Leighton Center – 1982 to 1993 and free lanced as painting instructor with various Calgary Art groups and rural   communities from the late ’80s through to the present. Received three travel grants for art-related travel to Japan in ’84, ’86 and ’88. Am one of the founding members of the Centennial Art Gallery, Calgary, 1975. I have acted as a juror for the Alberta Arts Foundation Funding Program and acted as a juror and done critiques for the A.S.A and for various community artist’s organizations.


My focus as an exhibiting painter stretches from 1973 to the present with over a dozen one-person exhibits beginning in ’78 at the Mount Royal College art gallery followed by the Muttart Art Gallery, Calgary and with the Centennial Gallery. My work has been exhibited in group shows as an A.S.A. member in Ontario, Japan and Korea and throughout Alberta centres and was shown at Expo in Vancouver, and for the opening of the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan. My work is represented in many private and public collections. I paint with with water-based media save for a six year stint working as an etcher in the Studio of John. K. Esler, Calgary. Initially a watercolorist of the plein-air tradition my travels in Japan as an artist have directed me to utilize the unique textural properties of Japanese papers which I currently combine with watercolor and acrylic techniques. Working with mixed-media affords me opportunities to push the boundaries of my image-making: maintaining a sense of realism that verges on abstraction at times.

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