Pat Weaver is an accomplished watercolor artist whose work consistently receives high praise, whether teaching workshops across the country or completing commissions for fine art pet portraits.
Pat is a Signature Member, Life Member and Past President of the Florida Watercolor Society. She is also a Signature Member of the Georgia Watercolor Society, as well as an associate member of the Society of Animal Artists, New York, NY.
Pat was chosen for the Featured Artist Article and cover of New Barker Magazine, (Sept. 09) Her exhibitions include the 47th Annual Exhibition of Society of Animal Artists, Wilderness Experience in Littleton, Colorado (Oct. - Feb. 2008) and the Small Works, Big Impressions - Society of Animal Artists, Wilderness Experience, Littleton, Colorado (Nov. - Feb. 2008)
Pat's art education is basically through independent study supplemented by art workshops with Claude Croney, Daniel Green, Ted Goerschener, Marilyn Simandle, Robert Bateman, John Seerey-Lester, Edgar Whitney and Betty Lou Schlem.
Pat is an international watercolor instructor, traveling throughout the United States, Italy, France, Mexico, the Bahamas, St. Thomas and the Virgin Islands. She has a direct, spontaneous approach to painting with watercolor. Her workshops are very popular and the students are always eager to have her back.