Patricia Hansen's painting "Dancers" is a delightful, subtle allegory of childhood. The central figure, a beautiful little girl, is shown very much in context: with the puppet she manipulates, the anonymous hand who lends support and even the skeptical cat. Hansen is a virtuoso painter who captures the energy and personalities of her subjects perfectly.|
"San Francisco Chronicle" art critic Kenneth Baker wrote: "What makes Patricia Hansen a realist, more than just a fine representational painter, is that her paintings are a lesson in seeing."
Patricia Hansen is represented in collections including: New Orleans Museum of Art, City of Atlanta, Coca-Cola, HBO and McGraw Hill. To learn more about this artist and her prices for commissioned portraits, visit Patricia Hansen's SoHo studio.