Portraits by PatVal Studio72

Portraits by PatVal Studio72


Proud to announce a new partnership with artist Patricia Iranzo.

We are an Art Team:  Two Painters. Two Hands. One Portrait.

For unique portraits contact us at:
PatValStudio72@gmail.com
USA: +1-347-204-7652
EUROPE: +34-652-514-405

PatVal Studio72 IS BORN!

PatVal Studio72 IS BORN!
During the past six months my studio mate, Spanish artist Patricia Iranzo and I have been developing an exciting new body of work that will be exhibited in October at the MAAJA Museum in Jericó, Colombia, South America.  The exciting part of this project is that we have been painting on the same pieces, at the same time.  Being an artist is a lonely profession, so this has been a very interesting and enriching process, and we are thrilled to be able to share it with you.
 
After this experience, we are also happy to announce PatVal Studio72 as a new partnership between Spanish artist Patricia Iranzo  and Colombian artist Sandra Mack-Valencia. You can follow us on Instagram at  https://www.instagram.com/patvalstudio72/?hl=en

Solo Show at AnArte Gallery

Solo Show at AnArte Gallery
Opening: Dec.5th, 2018 On view until Dec. 31st, 2018
AnArte Gallery 7959 Broadway #404, San Antonio, TX


"Good Luck, Good Fortune" is the title of my upcoming solo show at AnArte Gallery in San Antonio, Texas. The paintings from this series are a call to remind us that we are in the world to be happy, to connect to others, to be in communion with nature and with the self.  This new body of work is populated by lots of elephants and chandeliers. Elephants as symbols of wisdom, strength and luck, and chandeliers as symbols of balance and fortune.  
Come and join us on Wed. Dec. 5th, 2018 for the opening. It will be fun!


 

On Scaffolding of Teatro Comunale de L'Aquila, among the most important symbols of the cultural life of town, have been installed the works of Sandra Mack Valencia, Federico Mass and Alexis Duque,

  I am beyond myself!  Thank you Off Site Art / Artbridge for this incredible opportunity. To bring art to an Italian city that is being rebuilt and reborn L'Aquila. And to top it all, the jurors for this project were: Ian Alteveer, curator at the NY Metropolitan Art Museum, Valerio Bindi, Anti-director del Crack, architect, illustrator and cartoonist, and Malin Fezehai, photographer and film maker. I can't express how overwhelmed with joy I am. I always wish my dad were alive, but today I really wish he could have seen this.
 A special thanks to Veronica Santi, and to the workers and technicians of consoop and the international!