Haitian born and raised, Patricia Brintle’s colorful style reflects her native land. She uses much symbolism in her work while tacking difficult subjects and varies her medium with a preference for acrylics. Her works on the Holocaust belong to the Holocaust Center of Temple Judea in New York. Her work on nuclear disarmament, A Delicate Balance, won the “Images of Peace” national competition to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Albert Schweitzer’s call for nuclear disarmament and belongs to the Albert Schweitzer Institute museum in Hamden , Connecticut. Her religious work, The First Mother, travelled with the Black Madonna Exhibit making its debut at the famed National Museum of Catholic Art and History in New York and toured museums throughout the United States. Her seascape Voiliers au Port a Bainet graced the cover of Sea History Magazine; her religious artwork Last Breath is on the cover of “Christianity and Human rights” by Cambridge Press; and Mary’s Assumption and Virgo Virginum illustrates “Give us This Day” by Liturgical Press.
Brintle belongs to various art organizations and exhibits internationally.
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