Sentiments as we confront demanding months ahead, yet again. The outlook is good with new findings showing we are 25% less likely to die of the virus than in March of this year (recent figures from Il Corriere.it), and the success of several new vaccines due for distribution mid January. From my window looking out on a beautiful fall day I am surrounded by the spring and summer artistic output stacking the walls. With winter fast approaching, the outlook is grim for social interaction, events and a life that up ‘til now we have taken for granted.
We want to move forward, but we can’t help but look back as we are given another opportunity in standing still. When one is constantly on the move, one doesn’t have (or take) time to reflect — about the good parts and bad —what is most precious and the way forward. Look at these moments for what they are: a gift of time as we reshuffle priorities to invent and create anew. And, with a void in the external forces that typically inspire, may that fount be found from within.
In retrospect, remind yourself of the successes you’ve experienced even though at the conclusion and confusion of this year they may appear distant and small. With that last thought, I would like to share what I am thankful for today:
Singulart.com recently selected Patrizia’s art for inclusion in their global art gallery. Joining a roster of some of the most sought-after and emerging international artists, she hit the top 30% of most viewed artworks on the site last month with over 600 views. Based in Paris, France, Singulart is one of the largest online galleries in Europe, a trustworthy go-between for artists and collectors. In showcasing artists around the world, Singulart.com allows art lovers and collectors alike to explore new artistic horizons, to embrace new cultures and to be inspired by the works of talented artists that they would otherwise not have come across.
You can view Patrizia’s portfolio here. Follow Patrizia on the site for alerts on new works of art and updates.
A big thanks to Kickstarted.com for providing an innovative approach to exhibiting art through its global platform. Even though it went head-to-head with the run-up to a major US election, the “Let’s Come Together” project received plenty of visibility, reaching art enthusiasts and collectors from all corners of the world. The project ran from October 1 – 30, 2020.
And in case you missed it, statue Diana now graces the public gardens in Ventimiglia Click here to see more of the installation.
Patrizia has been accepted to the following exhibits:
Cleo Art Fair Venice, Italy, June 11-20, 20201.
Biennale d’Art Contemporain Sacré (BACS), Mentone, France, October 2021
Stay tuned for further updates of you can go to the PRESS PAGE
As we usher out 2020 I'd like to share a poem written for last year's Mother Earth: In Your Hands museum exhibit.
Thanks all for the support you have shown me over the years. For my American friends and family have a wonderful Thanksgiving, take care and be safe.