Saturday, April 12, 2014

Appreciation for Sennott's Monotype Prints is Increasing


Patricia Sennott is completing the task of setting up 20 new pieces of art for the Sewell Gallery in Eureka. She is the featured artist for the month of May with her reception May 3 during Main Street's "Arts Alive". Her success and prices will both only be going UP!

Educator, silk painter, & monotype print specialist, Sennott's gentle nature & intense talent will both be on display.

From what is now called the STEW ART STUDIOS in Arcata, we have Libby George, Susan Bornstein, Carol Anderson, Allison Curtis, Steven Vander Meer, Laura Montague & last but never least,... Patrica Sennott. 

Sennott's work can also be found at the 
Arcata Artisans Cooperative Gallery 
as well in local private collections.

An HSU Studio Arts graduate, her academic career began in Kentucky. After graduating from Humboldt, it wasn't until she experienced a week long workshop at Bennington College in Vermont that she was introduced to her new love & voice of expression,... monotype prints.

As a educator, Sennott taught for 3 years in the Western Pacific in the Marianas Islands. Currently she is teaching privately in both printmaking & watercolor. She can be reached through the author at:

Sewell Gallery Fine Art (707) 269-0617
Arcata Artisans Cooperative Gallery (707)825-9133 
Eureka Main Street (707) 442-9054

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