Pat Geonetta

When I came to the fork in the road I took it. And I’m sure glad I did.  I’m very fortunate to be able to share my love of nature to others in my paintings.  I have learned so much more than I ever expected to, in my art classes.   That a tree is not just a tree, but a combination of shapes and values.  I have made many new friends.  I have had to expand my computer skills and marketing techniques.  All in all I’m enjoying the journey.

I am lucky to be a Colorado native and am ashamed to admit I so often took it’s beauty for granted. Taking art classes really opened my eyes to see past the obvious.

I am a practicing Dental Hygienist and enjoy the contrast and variables that painting allows me. I have taken classes and workshops from many talented instructors. I am a member of the Pikes Peak Pastel Society.

I enjoy hiking, golfing and taking photographs of Pikes Peak. My husband is my biggest supporter and never tires of me asking if he likes a painting. I have 2 grown children, who have a lot of original art work on their walls.

Copyright 2016 Pikes Peak Pastel Society, P.O. Box 2443 Colorado Springs, CO 80901-2443

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Wax On, Wax Off
Sunday Morning in Bryce Canyon
The Blue River

Wax On, Wax Off

Sunday Morning in Bryce Canyon

The Blue River

Man at Work
The Poudre River at Pingree
Tumbling Chaulk Creek

Man at Work

The Poudre River at Pingree

Tumbling Chaulk Creek