Sculpting for many major companies, Patsy has enjoyed huge international sales and exhibits her artwork and sculptures at galleries nationwide.
The children’s books which she co-wrote with her husband Tom, “The Rainbow Scarecrows,” sold more than a phenomenal 640,000 copies world-wide.
Patsy was commissioned by Gorton Monastery in Manchester to paint St Francis in recognition of his 800th anniversary.
Sky Television has featured Patsy’s Angels in their programme, “Real Lives – Angels.”
My art is more individual and less mainstream, as are people who like it. I want people to connect with it personally and to make their own interpretations of it. I feel that art says the things that we cannot put into words, it is more about communication and a means of provoking different mindsets.
My latest project is taking this a step further along the line. It involves a story on a wall, where it is possible to change the sequence of images to create individual stories, the artwork then becomes more personal. As a child, I lived for a time in Australia. I used to accompany my mother in her medical work with the Aborigines, their love of colour and story-telling had a great influence on my art. Often, a sense of humour comes out in my art.