Island City Art Market: Patti Maceri, Artist

The Island City Art Market is a showcase of 40 original works of art, all produced by 21 local fine artists.  All art offered is framed and ready to hang.

fishing boats by patricia maceri
“Fishing Boats” by Patti Maceri | Oil | 20″ x 16″ framed | $500


Patti’s mother was the first to recognize her talent and she encouraged her daughter’s development by enrolling Patti in painting classes at the Joy Rubin Art School in Hollywood, Florida at an early age. She later attended art classes during her middle and high school years and was introduced to different mediums, which further cultivated her interest in art. So, it should come as no surprise that when it came time to declare her major in college, she knew what it would be! ART!

fisheating creek by patricia maceri
“Fisheating Creek” by Patti Maceri | Watercolors | 14″ 10″ framed | $600

In 2012, Patti enrolled in oil and watercolor classes with our esteemed colleague, Robert Gross. As is his teaching style, Bob has served as Patti’s mentor and encouraged her to take her work in new directions, including participating in local art shows. In fact, she is a winner of the gallery’s very own Island City Juried Art Competition!

Patti has become a devoted volunteer at Art Gallery 21 and we admire her spirit of community service as much as we admire her talent! They are a dynamic combination and we are very grateful to have her in our corner!

Call or text 954-661-4740 if you’re interested in visiting the gallery or purchasing Patti’s art. Shipping is available for an added fee.

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Arts advocate in Wilton Manors, Florida.

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