Patricia Watwood has exhibited at galleries and institutions worldwide such as Hirschl & Adler and The Forbes Galleries in NYC, Galerie Albert Benamou in Paris, and John Pence in San Francisco. In 2012-2013, her work was viewed in China in an historic presentation of American painting, Contemporary American Realism, which opened at the Beijing World Art Museum, and visiting Dalien, Tianjin, Hangzhou, Wuhan, and Shanghai. Watwood’s solo museum exhibit, Patricia Watwood: Myths & Individuals was on view in two venues in 2011-2012: St. Louis University Museum of Art, and The Forbes Galleries, NYC. In 2013, her work was included in the “Nocturnes” exhibit at the National Arts Club, and her solo show “Venus Apocalypse” at Dacia Gallery, NYC. Watwood earned her MFA with Honors from New York Academy of Art, and studied with Jacob Collins at the Water Street Atelier, and Ted Seth Jacobs at the Ecole Albert Defois in France. Watwood has been an adjunct professor of drawing at New York Academy of Art and has given lectures and workshops across the country, with The Teaching Studios of Art in Brooklyn, and The Portrait Society of America. She is a writer and blog contributor for American Artist and Artist Daily publications. In 2012, she produced an instructional DVD: Figure Painting: Realistic Skin Tone with Patricia Watwood, with Interweave Press.
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