For most of her working life, Patricia Concha has worked as a psychologist and social educator. She is now retired from her academic career.
When her mum became ill with breast cancer, Patricia began making humourous doodles, to make her mum laugh again. After her mum passed, Patrica then cultivated her newly found talent in fantasy and abstract art, containing an intricate array of geometric shapes, doodles, squiggles, and distinct lines. Also, she has a flair for creating a story within the animals, faces, birds, and flowers she draws.
Patrica's wholistic art captures an eclectic collection of abstract and architectural drawings, printmaking and mixed media.

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Beyond the Singularity a finalist in the Monochromatic Art Prize, International Gallery of the Arts (IGOA) online exhibition (2017).
Timeless Dimension won third place in Abstract Art Prize, International Gallery of the Arts (IGOA) online exhibition (2016).
The Woman Generator a Finalist in the Monochromatic Art prize of the International Gallery of the Arts (IGOA) online exhibition (2016).
Electra Safari, won first place winner, open category, of the Woman's International Art Prize Ryde, NSW (2016).
My Heart Holds the Rhapsody of Life finalist in the Little Things Art Prize, St. Cloche gallery, Paddington (2015).
Electra Safari, finalist in the Hornsby Art Prize NSW 2014.

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Masters in Arts & Sciences, Hunter College, NYC.
Masters in Art Sports Psychology, UWS, Bankstown Campus.
Certificate 4 Aviation Studies. Pilot studies Aerospace Flying School, Banks town.
Bachelor of Arts, Miami, Florida.
Art training at the Warringah Print making Studio, and member.
Drawing training at various community colleges, Sydney.


Exhibited in group exhibitions, Warringah Printmakers NSW at the Creative Space, Chatswood and Warringah and ArtSmart Gallery, Seaforth, NSW (2014-2018).
Exhibited in Artisans 2016 group exhibition held at Hunters Hill Gallery( 2016).
Exhibited local landscape art at Brush Farm House, Eastwood NSW as part of a group exhibition for Hungry for Art Festival Ryde (2016).


She was interviewed with Exquisite Magazine, part of International Gallery of the Arts (IGOA) July 2016, 3rd place winner of Abstract Art Prize.


Her mum and friends have played a big part in encouraging Patricia with her style of art.

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