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Patrick, Alan
Potter, Painter (View Portfolio) 5809 E. Pottery Road
Albany, IN 47320-9714
I am a university trained potter and painter. My work may look traditional, but it really is not. The paintings are mostly landscapes in oil. Many are subjects from The Nature Conservancy's properties. I like to emphasize the light and color of the subject by using many layers of transparent paint.
I grew up in Centerville, Indiana. As a child I took painting lessons from Roland Osborne, an artist in nearby Richmond. He had a large studio with high ceilings and enormous North windows. It was all very romantic and even smelled of canvas and turpentine. Later I studied art at Ball State University (B.S. 1964, M.A. 1966) I also apprenticed at the Byron Temple Pottery in New Hope, PA. Byron was also a Centerville native. I returned to Indiana to start The Bethel Pike Pottery in Albany. Today I'm still making pots and painting. Many of my paintings can be found in private and corporate collections, including McGraw/Hill Publishing Company in New York City. I keep up a heavy exhibition schedule so you may see my work in juried shows across the state.
Services Offered
  • Assisting in Planning Arts Events
  • Commission Works
  • Exhibitions/Demonstrations
  • Offer Works for Sale
  • Speaking About My Work Before a Group
Please contact me on the phone, 765-282-7848 or through e-mail, I'm sorry that I am not available for school groups.
"Fallen Leaves", Oil on Canvas, 30x46 $3000.00
"Renovation", Oil on Canvas, 30x40 $3000.00
"House at Sunrise", Oil on Canvas, 28x40 $3000.00 Sold
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