Patrick S. Gordon (1953- ) gained national attention with a series of solo exhibitions, beginning in 1982, at the Fischbach Gallery in New York City, and Joseph Gierek Fine Art in his then-adopted hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Patrick rose to prominence on the strength of his large, deeply saturated, somewhat eccentric watercolor still lifes and portraiture, gaining a reputation as an important painter of the "New American Realism" school. Coinciding with a move to New York City in 2003, Patrick began working almost exclusively in oil-on-canvas, an early love, and a shift that represented and embodied a creative infusion of urban life and new beginnings.
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