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Snowy Egret Pond and more art by Pat Hoshino

Snowy Egret Pond
40 x 35 inch (h x w)
USD 600
Oil
for sale

Pat Hoshino – Snowy Egret Pond

Actual Size: 16” x 20”

Pat Hoshino is a Long Island and Florida artist who started working in watercolors and instantly fell in love with the medium. After moving to Florida she started painting in oils because she wanted to add more vibrant color and paint larger work.

She is a realistic painter who paints anything that excites her, whether it be flowers, landscapes, seascapes, wildlife or people. Most of her landscapes and seascapes are of New England (especially Maine), Long Island and Florida. She is known for her paintings of the chessmen in Washington Square Park as well her favorite "Golden Girls" of three women sitting on a park bench in San Francisco. Her mission is to capture color and light and share the passion she feels for her subjects.

After moving to Florida in 2005, she became involved in a community birding group and actually lives on a rookery where thousands of birds come in each night and leave each morning. It was only natural to start photographing and painting this amazing wildlife.

Pat is an artist member of the National Art League and Palm City Art Associates and has participated in many local and national shows and exhibits, including Saks Fifth Avenue and has received numerous awards for her work. She maintains a studio in Palm City.

Phone: 772.344.6701
Email: pathoshino@gmail.com
Website: zhibit.org/pathoshino



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Great Blue in Flight
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Oil

Great Blue Heron Portait
20 x 20 inch (h x w)
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Wood Stork in Flight
11 x 14 inch (h x w)
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