|Here is the family portrait Patsy created|
for our six-member family. It always
makes me smile.
|Patsy's take on the "pet rock" trend.|
Yesterday's post may have made it sound as though the only reason I remember Patsy O'Brian is because of the earring incident. However, that is not the primary reason I think of her daily.
Two of her lovely and imaginative art creations grace my home. Both were hostess gifts, lovingly presented to our family when she and Pat stayed with us on their visits to Milwaukee.
No one who notices the quirky little face smiling from a table in my house can resist commenting on it. It's both goofy and creative. Patsy had her own take on the trends and was always experimenting in media to add dimensions to existing three-d objects.
Patsy's art was represented by the popular art gallery located at the downtown Frederick and Nelson, in those days Seattle's most respected department store.
It was whimsical and beautifully crafted--much of it three-dimensional work (fabric, knitting, applique, etc.,) but some rendered in masterful strokes of the pen or brush.