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PATTY HALLER: depicting organic space

Patty Haller is a Seattle painter who is inspired by nature and a love for art history. “Every artist adopts and discards ideas until arriving at a personal artistic process that has traction. I’m an analyst. I study ideas and techniques of visual expression and recombine them, using my Pacific Northwest surroundings as a source for visual experiments. I’m constantly organizing the wildness of nature into different coherent designs. This freedom to investigate is the core of why I create art.”

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