Patrick Anderson, born and raised in Walpole Massachusetts.
Attended Vesper George School of Art in the 1970's where he
received instruction from such notables as Robert Cormier,
Robert Douglas Hunter, Paul Rahilly and John Terelak.
His early promises as a painter was fostered by these masters
and he was invited to private studies with John Terelak in
America's oldest art enclaves, Rockport and
Gloucester Massachusetts.

He moved to Boston in 1997 and has since thrived in the city's
eclectic offerings. Boston's architectural beauty and that
of its varied shore and sky lines provide the painter with a
wealth of subjects throughout its four seasons. His paintings
paradox a sharp focused interplay of light and shadow but at
the same time emit soft luminous quality where the weather
conditions and time of day are readily felt.Patrick has won awards
for many of his artworks and recieved The Robb Sagendorph
Memorial Award. This award was establishe in 1985 by Yankee
Magazine in honor of Mrs. Beatrix T. Sagendorph, a distinguished
Artist member of the Copley Society and co-founder of
Yankee Magazine.

This prestigius award seeks to recognize outstanding artistic
achievement in the realist tradition. Patrick's paintings are on
display in many corporate and private
collections throughout the United States. His latest painings can
be viewed at the CoSo gallery, Copley Society of Art
and the Bostonview Gallery by appointment.



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