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Patricia Gonzalez

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Patricia González (born April 3, 1958) is a Colombian-born American artist.

Born in Cartagena, she moved to London, England with her family at the age of eleven. She studied art at the Central School of Art and Design there and went on to earn a BFA at the Wimbledon School of Art. She returned to Cartagena and taught art and English in Colombia. In 1981, she moved to Houston. In 1984, she held a solo exhibition at the Graham Gallery in Houston. In 1987, she received a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship and, in 1989, held an exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. Her work has also been exhibited in Los Angeles, New York City, Austin, Washington and Cartagena.[1][2]

She has received the Grumbacher Award and a grant from the Anne Giles Kimbrough fund.[1] She also received an award from the Dallas Museum of Art.[2]

Gonzalez was included in the 1989 book Exposures, Women & Their Art.[3]

She is married to the artist Derek Boshier; the couple have two children.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Telgen, Diane (1993). Notable Hispanic American Women. pp. 182–83. ISBN 0810375788.
  2. ^ a b Heller, Jules; Heller, Nancy G (2013). North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century: A Biographical Dictionary. ISBN 1135638896.
  3. ^ Brown, Betty Ann (1989). Exposures, Women & Their Art. NewSage Press, Pasadena, CA. ISBN 0-939165-11-2.

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