Country: South Africa
Patti Blueh’s paintings vividly capture the distinctive customs of African subjects, from the precious bonding experience between mothers and daughters through hair braiding to the duty of community leaders to protect their villages. Her bold pieces permit the viewer to journey to African communities and spaces without having to board a plane. Patti Blueh’s enthusiasm for African culture is unmistakable through her artwork. Her paintings tell a story of African values of community, strength, and love. The paintings are both rich and diverse in style.
She’s a rising artist in Africa who has been featured in exhibitions for The Heritage and Cultural Society of Africa (HACSA). She is starting to garner some international attention and is hoping to expand her international audience in the coming years.