Born and raised in WV, Patty Stewart has offered a variety of faux painting finishes to clients throughout the country for over 30 years. Then, in the last decade by building on her skills and repertoire, she became a full-time artist.

Though a big believer in experimentation and learning by trying, Patty has participated in several abstract workshops as well as taken private art lessons. She is best known for her abstract paintings which are full of vibrant colors. Her primary medium is acrylic paint, but she occasionally uses resin to make certain pieces pop.

Patty routinely enters art shows both in-state and out-of-state, and has won several awards. She judged the 2019 Congressional Arts Competition at the WV Cultural Center and led a workshop for the students. She currently holds the position of president of AAWV. Patty is a juried member of Allied Artists of WV, Tri-State Arts Association and Tamarack: The Best of WV.

Artistic Statement

Her current bodies of work focus on non-objective abstracts using brightly hued acrylic paints applied generously onto canvases with loads of texture, she has two series of gardens, one with whimsical creatures and imaginary plant shapes, and an abstract garden series featuring what she sees as flower patches separated by steppingstones and fences. Every painting she makes uses vibrant paint colors that are intended to bring joy to the viewer.


Patty's art has been shown in the following venues:

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