For me, art is a form of therapy that enables me to connect with my inner self. Through art, I am reminded of the innocence and naivety that I possessed as a child, and it allows me to relive the joy that I experienced during my younger years. Folk art heavily influences my artistic expression, I am always in awe of the ability of artisans to create beauty from basic elements and materials. My artwork is playful and colorful, and I use multimedia to share surreal abstractions of my feelings, experiences, and impressions. Transforming my ideas into something tangible feels like magic; I incorporate a variety of materials to bring out the sparkle that makes me happy. With my pieces, I aim to create interest not only in my art but also in the cultures and stories behind each artwork. My hope is to inspire others to appreciate the beauty and significance of different cultures and experiences.
Patricia Cavazos was born in Monterrey, Mexico, and relocated to the USA in 2000. She began her professional journey as an architect, working on high-end residential and commercial projects in Mexico. Later, in 2013, she moved to Germany and worked in the Theater Department at the International School of Düsseldorf, focusing on costumes and scenery. After returning to the USA in 2016, she started working on multimedia art. Her inspiration is derived from Folk art, ethnic groups, and traditional crafts, and she enjoys showcasing her ideas through Painting, Mixed Media 3D Art, and Textiles. Patricia has participated in several art exhibitions in both the USA and Mexico.