Patricia Wilson was born with a passion for flowers, color, and the ocean. Influenced by her father, she began drawing and painting in early childhood. Her work is based on nature’s spectacular Golden Mean, also known as Sacred Geometry, that is inherent in every leaf, petal, and shell.
As an interior designer, artist, and published author, her mission is to bring more beauty to the world and to inspire, empower, and uplift people through her art. With expertise in Color Science, she whole-heartedly believes that art and color have amazing power at the energetic and vibrational levels to influence healing, impact mood, and enhance our sense of well-being.
Her love of art and design naturally led to formal studies in design and architecture at Carnegie Mellon, and then as Director of Peter Paul Gallery on Florida’s Gulf Coast where she enjoyed the artists and the business side of art.
As a second career, Patricia now designs textiles for the Hospitality and Home Decor industries, as well as fashion. She is author of The Art of Gluten-Free Living, a holistic resource guide that integrates science and spirituality with food nutrition. She also enjoys writing the design column for Lifestyles magazine focusing on color trends, fine art, interior design, and style.
A portion of her proceeds benefits Habitat for Humanity of Smith County, Texas, serving veterans, seniors, and families in need of safe, decent, affordable housing.