About The Artist


Patti Mann was born in Seattle, Washington but grew up in Los Angeles, California. She also lived in Colorado, Tennessee, Ohio and New York.

A combination of self-taught artist augmented by some art schooling, Patti has been drawing on every available surface ever since she could hold a crayon, and has always known that she was first and foremost an artist. She majored in Fine Art at Santa Monica College in Santa Monica, CA, and attended the Otis Parsons Institute of Art in Los Angeles, but family obligations drew her onto a different path for many years. She never stopped doing art while she raised a family and worked a variety of jobs, including (but not limited to!) data entry in a cancer research institute, a horse groom for a well-known Malibu riding stable, a racehorse hot walker at Hollywood Park Racetrack, receptionist, executive assistant, production artist and marketing manager. Since 2005 Patti has been a Production & Marketing Specialist with Third & Wall Art Group, of which she was a founding member, and is thrilled to announce that her works are now available in Third & Wall’s Print-On-Demand collection.

Patti’s preferred media currently are watercolor, graphite, and pen & ink, but she loves to explore mixed media, acrylics, and occasionally oils. She has exhibited her work in group and solo exhibitions in the Nashville,Tennessee area. Commissions keep her busy, and her works appear in numerous private collections. She has illustrated the book “A Journey Worth Taking: A Collection of Animal Stories” by Norma Vermeer.

Patti currently resides in Buffalo, New York with her husband Chris, her two rescued cats and two rescued dogs. Her heart is always with her beautiful, old-soul daughter named Hannah, who still lives in Seattle, and is also an amazing artist and knitting goddess.

“My greatest pleasure is when people tell me that my art makes them happy.”



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