Realistic Landscapes

In all of Patricia’s paintings there is a continuum that began in realism, and over time evolved into more expressionistic, abstracted landscapes. 


Patricia has retained an interest in the various forms of realism persisting in contemporary 20th and 21st century art.  In her own work realism sometimes asserts itself as a meditative study of sorts.  


Penobscot Marsh.jpg

Penobscot Marsh, Oil on Panel, 48" x 48"

Rocky Shore.jpg

Rocky Shore, Oil on Panel, 48" x 48"


Sunset Mountain.jpg

Sunset Mountain, Oil on Panel, 36" x 36"



Rock on Sand Pond Shore, Oil on Panel, 24" x 30"


Sea Smoke, Oil on Panel, 24" x 30"


Sand Pond Stream II.jpg
Sand Pond Stream I.jpg

Sand Pond Stream I, Oil on Panel, 48" x 24"

New Snowfall.jpg

New Snowfall, Mixed Media on Panel, 12" x 12"

Snow Shadows.jpg

Snow Shadows, Oil on Linen




Winter Clearing.jpg

Winter Clearing,

Mixed Media on Panel, 12" x 14"

Sand Pond Stream II, Oil on Panel, 24" x 48"


Penobscot Marsh #2.jpg

Marsh V, Cold Wax & Oil on Panel, 24" x 24"

Goldenrod by the Bridge, East Blue Hill.

Goldenrod, Cold Wax & Oil on Panel, 21.5" x 21.5"

Gorge at Evans Notch, NH.jpg

Gorge at Evans Notch,

Cold Wax & Oil on Panel,  24" x 30"

Vernal Pool #3, Corner with Tree.jpg

Vernal Pool #3,

Cold Wax & Oil on Panel, 24" x 48"

Beech Leaves in Winter.jpg

Beech Leaves in Winter, Cold Wax & Oil on Panel, 20 x 24"