Pat Camillo

With our hectic lives, we seldom take the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful things all around us. In my paintings, I strive to capture that beauty so that it may be enjoyed after we have passed it by." If you want to enter the competition but are worried about your skills, you should ask your seniors for advice and read the terms and conditions of the competition carefully, and buy phd dissertation on painting styles will also be useful.


1996 "Morning Tea" finalist in the Annual Michigan Art Competition.
1997 Trillium Festival Artist for her work "Spring's Calling Card."
1997 "Afternoon Shadows" finalist in the Annual Michigan Art Composition
1997 "Morning Tea" selected to be part of the Michigan Watercolor Society Annual Exhibition
1997 "Viola's Rooster" finalist in the West Michigan Regional Competition
1998 "Afternoon Shadows" and "Black-eyed Suzy " selected to be part of the Michigan Watercolor Society Annual Exhibition.

Since 1996 Pat has done numerous solo shows and her watercolor paintings have been displayed throughout Michigan at The Detroit Institute of The Arts, Dennos Museum Center, Muskegon Museum of Art, Art center of battle creek, Port Huron Museum, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Hillside College, Ferris State University, Saginaw Art Museum, Holland Area Arts Council, Grand Rapids Art Gallery, and The Michigan State University Club.

Pat studied art at Western Michigan University and the Kendall College of Art and Design, as well as attending numerous workshops throughout Michigan. Pat specializes in still life, florals, and landscapes. Recent works include sailing yachts.