Patricia Aaron is award winning contemporary abstract painter. Aaron’s work has evolved to draw direct inspiration from her travels through the culture, language and customs of the environment and habitat in which she resides as an artist resident. Aaron has held artist residency fellowships in France, Iceland, Hawaii, Virginia, New Mexico, Colorado, and Wyoming.

Aaron uses the malleability of pigmented wax to create lustrous, uniquely beautiful abstract surfaces. Each piece is textured and layered upon, building a captivating, tactile surface with expressive depth. Her use of vivid colors, bold lines and daring composition continues to evolve, resulting in ever-more dynamic, distinctive work.

Aaron’s work has been featured in solo museum and airport exhibitions as well as invitational gallery exhibits throughout the United States, and featured in both regional and national publications. Her work is held in numerous US, UK, European and Japanese private, corporate, and museum collections.

In 2017 Aaron will exhibit her paintings in three solo exhibits, Giving Way to Still, at Globe Gallery in Santa Fe, NM; Raw at Space Gallery in Denver, CO; Wyoming Impressions at IMA in Denver, CO. In addition, Aaron was recently commissioned by The Museum of Outdoor Arts to create new work for Sculpture in the Garden located at Fiddler’s Green in Greenwood Village. Aaron teaches as an Adjunct Professor at University of Denver, Denver, CO.