Dark chocolate and snowflakes are two of her favorite things. Earlier in her life, Patricia pursued fashion design as she was always intrigued by the relationship humans have with their bodies and identities.
She began exploring watercolor and abstract painting as a means to cope with her severe bipolar disorder. She finds the process calming, spontaneous and liberating. She gravitates towards free form and colors as they allow her to engage in an honest dialogue.
Through her works, she explores her subconscious and invites everyone to immerse themselves in her reality. Creating art is a practice that helps improve her mental wellbeing. It also works as a form of meditation to clear the mind.