Patricia Benisti Abramovich reignited her passion for painting in 1996, sparking a sort of obsession. She fell for watercolors, aquarelles, and the stories they told on paper.
Soon though, she met her true love, oils. In 2007, the discovery of palette knives in lieu of brushes awakened a signature style, one of abstract landscapes animated with texture and positively alive with color.
She has always been creative. From an early age, she loved to draw, learned to play piano and guitar, and wrote poetry as a teenager. Her parents gave her the freedom to follow her creative instincts and chase her ever-changing passions.
Growing up in Paris, Patricia was also profoundly influenced by her everyday surroundings and even considered pursuing architecture. In 1972, the family emigrated from Paris to Israel, where Patricia met her husband Boris, with whom she has two children and grandchildren.
Every flower, tree, and landscape Patricial comes across inspires her.
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